Faculty-Librarian collaboration

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Faculty-Librarian collaboration

  1. 1. FACULTY –LIBRARIANCOLLABORATIONPresented by Olga Koz, CTU Regional Librarian
  2. 2. Collaboration“A MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL AND WELL-DESIGNED RELATIONSHIP ENTERED INTOBY TWO OR MORE INDIVIDUALS TO ACHIEVE COMMON GOALS.”MATTESICH & MONSEY (1992)Networking vs, cooperation vs. coordination vs. collaboration
  3. 3. LIBRARIAN-FACULTY RELATIONS HAVE LONG BEEN A SIGNIFICANTCOMPONENT OF THE PROFESSION OF LIBRARIANS. FOR FACULTY,HOWEVER, LIBRARIAN-FACULTY RELATIONS ARE OF LITTLE OR NOCONCERNChristiansen, et al., 2004.
  4. 4. Steps in faculty- librarian collaboration Making a Finding Step 1 Partners Step 3 Assess Step 4 Partnerships commitment Step 2 Mindset Reflect, Practice Formalize assess Collaborative Practice Reflect Mind-Set Design SOP Toolbox together Coordinate Cooperate Collaborate
  5. 5. Step 1: Mindset• • • •• • • •
  6. 6. Faculty attitudes toward a library or a librarian • Ithaka S+Rs Faculty Survey 2009 10 • 8 6 4 • 2 0
  7. 7. CTU Faculty opinions Why would you collaborate with a librarian?Quotes: “[A librarian is] expert in searching resources and maybe aware of resources that are unknown to faculty and students”(Michele Crissman).“A librarian supports my class assignments” (Jeanie Antes).“When you need help with resources, go to the resource expert”(Heather Adamson). In what areas can faculty and librarians work together?“course development”, “assignments” , “copyright issues”,“plagiarism and how to correct it” “Missed opportunity”
  8. 8. Collaborative toolbox
  9. 9. Finding partners
  10. 10. Coordinate! Collaborate!••••••
  11. 11. A guide to the classA guide to the assignment
  12. 12. Faculty Center for Kansas City and Sioux Falls campuses
  13. 13. Information Literacy resources for faculty
  14. 14. Assessment + Reflection Evaluation of IL skills Reflection IL Pre-session and post-session quiz Graduate students survey Rubric/grading capstone research paper "The Thinker" (Le Penseur) by A. Rodin
  15. 15. Formalization• University IL standards• Information literacy program• Creating IL course• University wide assessment• IL in the CTU Learning outcomes• Integrating library “content” into LMS

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