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Student-created Libguides: New Avenues for Faculty-librarian Collaboration (Hedda Monaghan, Framingham State University)

Date:
Friday, June 21, 2019
Time:
6:30pm - 6:50pm U.S. ET (UTC -5)
Springy:
Carrie Williams
Session type:
Guest Presenter
Location:
Embassy Suites: Ardmore #1 Room
Products covered:
  LibGuides & LibGuides CMS  

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Hedda Monaghan, Student Success and Assessment Librarian

Framingham State University

Join us as Hedda Monaghan discusses their triumph of faculty-librarian collaboration engaging students in a research-based learning and knowledge-making project. After a chance meeting at new faculty orientation, a member of the English department and the digital services librarian developed the grammar guide project. Students worked in groups to collect resources and develop examples on a grammar topic and worked with the librarian to create the research guide. This session will outline the details of the assignment and the lessons learned in the development of a student-created LibGuide at a mid-sized New England university. FERPA and copyright concerns will also be discussed.

Products covered: LibGuides & LibGuides CMS

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