Category Archives: SL Pedagogy

Call for Proposals: The Inaugural Colloquium on Libraries & Service-Learning

Call for proposals Join us for Extending Our Reach: The Inaugural Colloquium on Academic Libraries & Service Learning. The colloquium invites all who are interested in current and potential partnerships between academic librarians, faculty who teach service learning courses and … Continue reading

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From Research to Action: Pairing Information Literacy and Service-Learning

Thanks to those of you who may be visiting this blog because you attended the session “From research to action: Pairing Information Literacy and Service-learning” at the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) conference last week.   My co-presenters (Dr. … Continue reading

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Alternative spring break, part IV, OR the “ethic of inefficiency”

The ethic of inefficiency is a phrase that we discussed on our spring break trip quite a bit.  It’s hard to define in concrete terms. I can give you an example, though.  Imagine that you are the only handyperson in … Continue reading

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Alternative spring break, part II

It’s hard to believe it’s our last night in Hannah House, our home for the week.  I’m pretty sure that I can speak for everyone that we learned a TON this week – about social, environmental and economic sustainability and … Continue reading

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Alternative spring break

I am very fortunate to have the opportunity this week to travel with the Social and Environmental Sustainability in Appalachia (UH 202-203) course to southeastern Ohio (Athens County).  We are learning a ton and making lots of new friends as … Continue reading

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Final Update, Week 10: InfoLit course (EDT 110)

We made it!  Our students learned some crucial information literacy skills, helped solve a community problem (illiteracy) and turned in a pretty solid research portfolio to Project READ.  Yesterday, we met one final time this quarter to reflect as a … Continue reading

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