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The sustainable library's cookbook

Author: Raymond Pun; Gary L Shaffer
Publisher: Chicago Association of College and Research Libraries 2019
Series: ACRL Cookbook series
Edition/Format:   Computer file : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In 2019, the American Library Association added sustainability to its Core Values of Librarianship to foster community awareness and engagement on climate change, resilience, environmental impact, and a sustainable future. The Sustainable Library's Cookbook collects a series of engaging activities for academic libraries interested in implementing sustainability practices in three different areas: *Applying
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Pun, Raymond.
Sustainable Library's Cookbook.
Chicago, IL : Association of College et Research Libraries, ©2019
Document Type: Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Raymond Pun; Gary L Shaffer
ISBN: 9780838946596 0838946593
OCLC Number: 1220924531
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (viii, 133 Seiten) : Illustrationen
Contents: Intro --
Table of Contents --
Introduction --
About the Editors --
Section 1. Applying Sustainability Thinking and Development --
See How Our Garden Grows --
It Takes a Village Sustainability Starter --
I Believe You Have My Stapler --
Absolutely Free Market --
Out of the Oven and into the (Reusable) Bag --
Adding More Green for a Healthier Library --
The Low Paper Diet --
You Have the Ingredients! --
Keeping the Lid on Textbook Costs through a Textbooks-on-Reserve Program --
Rooftop Garden Ratatouille --
Menu du Voyageur --
"Greening" the Library Event and Cleanup. Affordable Food for Thought --
Sustainability and Seeds --
Section 2. Teaching, Learning, and Research Services --
Exploring UN SDG Target Goals through a Research Poster Project --
Key Ingredients in Tables and Graphs --
Supporting Research for Local Impact --
Recipe Boxes and Breakout Rooms --
Deconstructing the Recipe of a New Sustainable Campus --
Energy Conservation and the UN Sustainable Development Goals --
From the Archive to the Digital --
Indigenous Communities, Sustainable Development --
Cooking with Authority --
Ingredients for FYE Success --
Nonprofit Nutrition. Web Archiving as Sustainability --
Dividing Sustainability Resources into Manageable Portion Sizes --
Teaching Undergraduates How to Critically Evaluate Information Resources and Scholarship Related to Sustainable Agriculture --
Make a UNESCO and ACRL Learning Goals Sandwich --
Teaching Sustainable Information Literacy in an Academic Inquiry-Based-Learning Course for First-Year Undergraduate Students --
Information Literacy Grid-dle Cakes --
Delectable Discourse Discovery in Environmental Studies --
Making an Urban Trifle --
Dinner and a Datathon --
Fix It. Section 3. Community Engagement, Outreach, and Partnerships --
Going beyond Cookie Cutter Outreach --
Finding the Frontlines of Environmental Justice in the Library --
Local Foods Sustain Your Community --
Creating a Sense of Place --
DIY Makers' Day --
Filling the Cabinets with Nutritious Information --
Library Muesli --
Fast, Fun, Free! --
Mixing It Up --
Signature Sustainability Earth Day Dish --
Garden-Fresh Film Night --
Mixing Sustainability and Fashion --
The Olive Green Book Drive Savory Salad --
Community Day Digitization Program.
Series Title: ACRL Cookbook series
Responsibility: edited by Raymond Pun and Gary L. Shaffer.

Abstract:

"In 2019, the American Library Association added sustainability to its Core Values of Librarianship to foster community awareness and engagement on climate change, resilience, environmental impact, and a sustainable future. The Sustainable Library's Cookbook collects a series of engaging activities for academic libraries interested in implementing sustainability practices in three different areas: *Applying Sustainability Thinking and Development. Recipes are focused on applying sustainable thinking processes to library functions and services, including open educational resources, seed libraries, and reusable supplies and resources. *Teaching, Learning, and Research Services. This section contains lesson plans, learning guides, research activities, and projects that focus on sustainability in disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches, from STEM data literacy to campus sustainability projects to Indigenous environmental justice. *Community Engagement, Outreach, and Partnerships. Recipes emphasize how community partnerships and outreach can be effective ways to inform and foster sustainability practices in the library and beyond, including environmental movie nights, bike-lending programs, and ideas for sustainable fashion. Many of these recipes include learning outcomes and goals from ACRL's Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, disciplinary focuses, and the United Nations' 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. This cookbook provides librarians with a series of best and effective practices, case studies, and approaches to support sustainability efforts in the library and collaboratively across campus"--.

This cookbook provides librarians with a series of best and effective practices, case studies, and approaches to support sustainability efforts in the library and collaboratively across campus.

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