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A presentation for Virginia Tech's NLI program on Learning Environments in the University Libraries.

A presentation for Virginia Tech's NLI program on Learning Environments in the University Libraries.

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Learning Environments at Virginia Tech University Libraries Presentation Transcript

  • 1. 1
  • 2. Online 2
  • 3. What is it? •  Goal: Integrated system •  Websites (LibGuides) •  Videos/Screencasts •  Interactive Tutorials •  Interested? Please let me know! 3 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 4. Why do we do it? •  Support your teaching •  Support library teaching •  Support students at their point-of-need 4 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 5. What can we do for you? •  Create a course website •  Create screencasts or videos to support your assignments •  Enable online, blended, or flipped teaching models 5 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 6. Circulation 6
  • 7. What is it? •  Circulation (materials) •  Circulation (technology) •  Reserves 7 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 8. Why do we do it? •  Enable access to physical materials •  Provide access to/be a sandbox for consumer technologies •  Provide materials for faculty research and to support student assignments •  Support courses through reserves 8 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 9. What can we do for you? •  Equipment •  Bookrunner •  Notices via text message •  Reserves •  Reciprocal Borrowing 9 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 10. Reference 10
  • 11. What is it? •  Research support •  Point-of-need •  Personalized and in-depth 11 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 12. Why do we do it? •  Navigate the library’s systems •  catalogs, databases, discovery layers, organizational structure •  Learning at the students’ point-of-need, provides a high return 12 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 13. What can we do for you? •  Help identify challenging aspects of assignments for students •  Be a resource that you can list on your syllabus 13 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 14. Point-of-Need 14
  • 15. What is it? •  The Rover Program •  Also emerges across Learning Environments: •  Online •  Reference •  Spaces 15 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 16. Why do we do it? •  Learn more about our users •  Understand how students are learning in a physical learning environment: how they collaborate, what tools they use, etc. •  Provide help throughout the building 16 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 17. What can we do for you? •  Share what we know about student learning in context •  Be a resource you can share with your students: if they’re unsure how to find things, are confused about the building, etc. 17 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 18. Spaces 18
  • 19. What is it? •  Communities: •  1st floor learning spaces •  2nd floor “Commons” and 4th floor group study •  3rd and 5th quiet floors •  Technology throughout the building 19 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 20. Why do we do it? •  Not just a study space: •  Space designed for learning •  Intentionally designed to meet the needs identified by collaborative and multimedia projects •  Grounded in data about how students use the space 20 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 21. What can we do for you? •  We can support collaborative projects you might assign •  We can support multimedia projects you might assign 21 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 22. Programming 22
  • 23. What is it? •  Partners (Writing Center, Comm Lab, ePortfolios, Career Services, etc.) •  Course exhibits •  Programming •  PAWS, Visible Scholars, etc. 23 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 24. Why do we do it? •  Library as interdisciplinary hub •  Exposure to ideas •  Showcase campus scholarship (both faculty and students) •  Highlight Virginia Tech’s innovations 24 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 25. What can we do for you? •  Showcase your students’ work •  Showcase your work •  Host academic events for your discipline •  “Match-make” with other classes with similar goals and learning outcomes 25 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming
  • 26. 26 Online | Circulation | Reference | Point-of-Need | Spaces | Programming