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  • Think about what your goals were for this program.Expose students to library tools for research, i.e., ProQuest, Card Catalog.Follow up original presentation with help in choosing topics.Assisting students in finding sources using effective keywords/database for specific assignments.Library help with specific assignments.Scavenger Hunt—get students into library, use technology and library tools (students weren’t necessarily using ProQuest or the card catalog effectively after the presentations, so we used the Scavenger Hunt to strengthen their stills.Accreditation boards are no longer looking at size of book collectins or the quality of the databases; they are looking at the number and quality of services provided by the librarians to help with student success. Are you waiting for them to come to you, or are you actively pursuing them and answering their needs.ENG 1010 students don’t realize they really do need the library.
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    1. Librarians in the Classroom: Instructor/Librarian Perspective Presentation: Barbara Johnson Mary Johnson barbaraj@csmd.edu maryj@csmd.edu AFACCT 2014 Conference Prince George’s Community College Session 4.9 3:10-4:20 p.m. Thursday, January 9, 2014 1
    2. Traditional Format Library Centric Student Uses Personal Time Limited Faculty Support  Traditionally, library service is offered to students in the library building with the students seeking additional assistance on their own time. This format limits library staff/student interaction and offers limited support to our faculty. 2
    3. Innovative Format 3
    4. Embedded Librarianship Aim Action Assessment Our presentation describes our goals, practice, and outcomes assessment from the Embedded Librarianship program currently in place at the College of Southern Maryland. 4
    5. Faculty Aim Increased use of library resources Decrease of plagiarism Use of diverse resources Library assistance with specific assignments Avoid Wikipedia™ weariness Feeling frustrated when works cited pages are full of Wikipedia sources. 5
    6. Library Services Interact with students more frequently Aim Cultivate student proficiency in keyword searching - 6
    7. Action Librarian worked with students in the classroom to: help narrow and focus research topics assist in ProQuest ™ database searching order books from CSM card catalog suggest appropriate internet-accessed web sources 7
    8. Action Fall 2012/Spring 2013/Fall 2013 ENG 1010 classes Leonardtown Campus  Employed multi-visit format  Assigned Library Exercises  Library Exercises comprise a two-part graded assignment to test students knowledge of research skills. 8
    9. Action Fall 2013 -- ENG 0900 Leonardtown Campus  Employed single visit format  Assigned a graded Library activity sheet to assess student understanding of concepts discussed in an initial library orientation session. 9
    10. Assessment  7 classes surveyed--125 surveys distributed --91 returned  Question 4: “Overall did you benefit from having a librarian visit your classroom? 85 out of 91 yes  Question 5: “Would you recommend to others that they take a class with librarian visits to the classroom included?” 86 out of 91 yes 10
    11. Assessment  Improved research skills  Increased use of library tools  Enhanced relationship between students and librarians 11
    12. Beyond your course—Student Feedback  “I have been taking classes for last 3 years. I have used the internet and the public library to do research needed for my classes but had no idea that such a vast resource of knowledge was at my fingertips. You have opened a door that I will be using for my future research projects.” -Swati Samak  “I will certainly be using Proquest™ throughout my college term…I am studying to become a Registered Nurse.” -Patty Hall • “I probably never would have found these documents, and then produced an inadequate paper. So Thank You! This is the biggest help I could have asked for.”-Brian Tourville 12
    13. Graded Library Assignments help faculty evaluate students in Core Learning Areas  Written Communication  Critical Thinking  Information  Technical Literacy Competency 13
    14. Flexible Scenarios Multi-visit format Single-visit format  Initial Library Orientation  Librarian visits when research  Several one-on-one research is assigned  No library assignment consultations with student  Library Exercises  Librarian interacts with student via email and/or through Blackboard™ 14
    15. Contact information: Barbara Johnson barbaraj@csmd.edu Mary Johnson maryj@csmd.edu 15

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