Monthly Archives: May 2012

Dr. Andrew Furco

Those of you familiar with the service-learning literature have likely seen the name Dr. Andrew Furco.  He’s responsible for, among many other publications, an often-cited figure that lays out the “distinctions among service programs.”  It highlights the fact that service-learning … Continue reading

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Thanks, Michigan librarians

Last Friday, I co-presented at the Michigan Library Association Academic Libraries conference.  My co-presenters, Suzanne Gray (Eastern Michigan University), Shannon Zoet (Michigan Campus Compact), and I spoke with about 35 Michigan academic librarians.  We spoke about how pairing information literacy … Continue reading

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Service-learning represented at LOEX

Last week, hundreds of instruction librarians gathered in Columbus, Ohio for the biggest LOEX conference ever.  I was thrilled that the planning committee included a presentation about service-learning in the program.  Chris Sweet, Information Literacy Librarian at Illinois Wesleyan University, … Continue reading

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