Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Citizen Solution

My copy of Harry C. Boyte’s “The Citizen Solution:  How you can make a difference”  just arrived.  I requested it because Boyte is coming to my campus in April, and I plan to go hear him speak.  I’m only on … Continue reading

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Service-Learning Reflection Journal

Purdue University has recently published a free online Service Learning Reflection Journal.  This could be a very useful tool, particularly for those new to service-learning.  It offers some reflection prompts and exercises to assign for students.  Reflection is an integral … Continue reading

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Research Guides (Libguides) for service-learning

Every once in awhile, I’ll check around to see if there are any new examples of libraries or librarians partnering with service-learning projects in higher education.  What I’ve noticed is that quite a few libraries provide a service-learning libguide (research … Continue reading

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Traveling embedded librarians

Of course I knew that I wasn’t the first librarian to travel with a class, but I’m still excited when I find a new article that describes another librarian’s adventures as they travel with students. Today, I discovered this article … Continue reading

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