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Scholarship in the sandbox : academic libraries as laboratories, forums, and archives for student work

Author: Amy S Jackson
Publisher: Chicago : Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, 2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Scholarship in the Sandbox" is broken into four sections--Library as Laboratory, Library as Forum, Library as Archive, and Articulating the Value of Student Work--containing case studies that address the innovative ways libraries are actively occupying more central space on campus as practical laboratories outside of the classroom. They demonstrate collective learning in a sandbox environment where the answers are  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Amy S Jackson
ISBN: 9780838989531 0838989535
OCLC Number: 1104864081
Description: x, 358 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Students as producers : collaborating toward deeper learning --
Learning with students in the sandbox : our stories --
The library as a lab for student work --
The good side of failure : explorative yet productive failure in digital humanities projects --
Students as lab leaders : the role of master builders in the build IT makerspace @ San Diego State University Library --
Testing the edge of scholarship : supporting student research in the Ruppert Commons for Research, Technology, and Collaboration --
North Carolina State University spotlight : part 1, fulfilling the promise --
and the inspiration --
of high-tech spaces --
The library as a forum for student work --
Students exposed : what happens when student work ends up in the learning commons --
Celebrating student scholarship with an undergraduate research prize --
Making noise : teaching civil rights movement music in the Dartmouth Music Library --
DIY archives : zine collections in Houston --
North Carolina State University spotlight : part 2, showcasing student work through public programs --
The library as an archive of student works --
A student journal to celebrate, preserve, and improve beginning undergraduate writing --
Students as content creators : empowering students to see themselves as part of institutional scholarship --
Copyright considerations : creation and sharing --
North Carolina State University spotlight : part 3, the power of open : tools and practices for opening up student work --
Valuing student work --
Beyond consumers : the value of engaging undergraduate students in journal management and authorship --
Beyond the sandbox : student scholarship, digital citizenship, and the production of knowledge --
North Carolina State University spotlight : part 4, preparing students to "think and do" : promoting the value of student work at NCSU --
Conclusion.
Responsibility: Amy S. Jackson, Cindy Pierard, and Suzanne M. Schadl, editors.

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"Scholarship in the Sandbox" is broken into four sections--Library as Laboratory, Library as Forum, Library as Archive, and Articulating the Value of Student Work--containing case studies that address the innovative ways libraries are actively occupying more central space on campus as practical laboratories outside of the classroom. They demonstrate collective learning in a sandbox environment where the answers are far less important than the multiplicity of prospective solutions, and present several models for providing a supportive environment in which students, teaching faculty, and librarians can practice, explore, fail at, and refine their academic work through collaboration.--

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