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3d Technologies At Brockport. What's Next?, Gregory Toth, Kim Myers, Ken Wierzbowski, Wendy Prince Apr 2014

3d Technologies At Brockport. What's Next?, Gregory Toth, Kim Myers, Ken Wierzbowski, Wendy Prince

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Presentation on 3D printing and related technologies made at The College at Brockport's Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching (CELT). Provides a broad overview of 3D technologies and applications, describes implementation and initial reception of 3D printing in The College's Drake Memorial Library as well as programs at Cornell University and SUNY New Paltz. Reviews potential applications of these technologies in the teaching/learning environment and expansion to a yearlong Faculty Learning Community focus and/or a campus makerspace.


Growing A Culture Of Assessment At The Drake Memorial Library, Kenneth R. Wierzbowski, Jennifer Little Kegler, Claire Goverts, Michael Dentino Apr 2014

Growing A Culture Of Assessment At The Drake Memorial Library, Kenneth R. Wierzbowski, Jennifer Little Kegler, Claire Goverts, Michael Dentino

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The Drake Memorial Library is 1 of 75 libraries across North America to participate in ACRL’s Assessment in Action program. The 14-month program entails the development and implementation of an action learning project examining the library’s impact on student success and contribution to assessment activities on campus. Brockport’s four person team includes members from outside of the library to foster cross-campus collaboration. This poster describes the program and the goals, methods, results and conclusions of the Drake Memorial Library's action learning project.


Concepts For All Researchers: The 21st Century Information Landscape, Jennifer Little Kegler, Laura Dumuhosky Mar 2014

Concepts For All Researchers: The 21st Century Information Landscape, Jennifer Little Kegler, Laura Dumuhosky

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Research tools for scholars are abundant and will continue to evolve. What ideas, or threshold concepts, are necessary for today’s researchers? Where and when should students learn how to research effectively and cite correctly? Who should take responsibility for this learning? Librarians Laura Dumuhosky and Jennifer Kegler will describe the current information landscape and provide practical examples to use in your courses (or that you may already be using). They will share information from the draft Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education recently published by the ACRL. Come prepared to discuss your experiences with student research projects and ...