Monthly Archives: September 2011

Franklin College Service-Learning with First Generation Students

I find this story fascinating! Franklin College has a Franklin First Scholars program for first-generation college students.  The cohort of students were brought to campus before the academic year began for a three-day service-learning intensive experience.  The result?   “Our preliminary conclusion … Continue reading

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Library support for service-learning projects and classes

This fall, I am again librarian-partner for a service-learning project in a first-year seminar (learning community) and a service-learning English composition course.  I had an initial meeting with each class last week. The first-year seminar/learning community class has a comic … Continue reading

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Why service learning is important to librarians

My friend, colleague, and fellow service-learning enthusiast, Jennifer E. Nutefall, Associate University Librarian for Innovative User Services at Oregon State University Libraries, has a new article hot off the presses! Read Why Service-Learning is Important to Librarians in the OLA … Continue reading

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