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Derring Do Survey Data: Exploring Health Sciences Library Collaboration With Evaluation Experts, Marian Taliaferro, Jackie Loweree May 2017

Derring Do Survey Data: Exploring Health Sciences Library Collaboration With Evaluation Experts, Marian Taliaferro, Jackie Loweree

Marian Taliaferro

No abstract provided.


Gen Ed Council Presentation, Jeremy L. Smith Dec 2015

Gen Ed Council Presentation, Jeremy L. Smith

Jeremy Smith

A presentation on the UMass Amherst Libraries open education initiative (OEI) given to the campus General Education Council.


Web-Based Student Peer Review: A Research Summary, Edward F. Gehringer Mar 2014

Web-Based Student Peer Review: A Research Summary, Edward F. Gehringer

Edward F Gehringer

Interest in Web-based peer-review systems dates back nearly 20 years. Systems were built to let students give feedback to other students, mainly to help them improve their writing. But students are not necessarily effective peer reviewers. Left to their own devices, they will submit cursory reviews, which are not very helpful to their peers. Techniques have been developed to improve the quality of reviews. Calibration is one such technique. Students are asked to assess samples of writing that have previously been assessed by experts. Students must submit an evaluation “close enough” to the experts’ before they are allowed to review ...


Library As Partner: Ir Collaborations On Campus And In The Community, David Evans Jan 2013

Library As Partner: Ir Collaborations On Campus And In The Community, David Evans

David Evans

Libraries are forming strategic partnerships on and off campus - with faculty, research institutes, community organizations, and scholarly associations. Repositories are playing a key role in facilitating these new relationships by enabling libraries to offer new and valuable services to these constituencies. This presentation describes the ways that the Sturgis Library at Kennesaw State University has used both journal and conference publishing services to foster these partnerships.


Asee_Eld2012inforlit Faculty Collaboration.Pptx, Patricia Watkins May 2012

Asee_Eld2012inforlit Faculty Collaboration.Pptx, Patricia Watkins

Patricia Watkins

Information Literacy and Faculty Collaboration - presentation of librarian efforts to imbed information literacy into the curriculum.


The Collaborative Imperative Session Two--Online Tlt Group Presentation, Susan Ariew Apr 2011

The Collaborative Imperative Session Two--Online Tlt Group Presentation, Susan Ariew

Susan A. Ariew

This series, designed primarily for librarians who work with faculty in higher education or school settings, will explore constructive strategies for forming librarian/instructor partnerships. These strategies will include collaborative planning activities for library instruction sessions, ways to collaborate using course management systems, and the design of post instruction follow up activities.


Web Page Design - Student-Community Collaborations, George Kontos Nov 2010

Web Page Design - Student-Community Collaborations, George Kontos

George Kontos, Ed.D.

A collaborative project is described. Students in a web design class were asked to contact local businesses and help them create their web site (collection of related and interconnected web pages). Two phases of the project are described, planning and implementation. Planning defines the purpose and the target audience and also includes a sketch of the website's organization. The project is suitable for both traditional and online classes. Ideally, session participants should have some experience or interest in teaching web design but anyone who wants to know how to help students work collaboratively with the community is welcome to ...