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  1. 1. monash.edu Embracing change for impact An Academic (School) Liaison Team perspective Hien Tran Academic Librarian 26 October 2015 Sara Kuhn, in collaboration with Hien Minh Tran School Liaison Unit, Monash University Malaysia
  2. 2. Who We Are Sara Kuhn School Liaison Arts and Social Sciences Science and Pharmacy (interim) Dept. of Psychology (interim) Aniza Ahmad School Liaison Business Medicine and Health Sciences (interim) Hien Minh Tran School Liaison Engineering and IT
  3. 3. Infrastructure Strengthen systems and support processes Collections Strengthen collections in an increasingly digital environment Education Strengthen Library’s educational role and impact Human Resources Develop staff capacity and support lifelong learning for relevance User Experience Improve the user experience to foster learning Partnerships Leverage strategic partnerships to advance the Library’s mission Institutional Recognition Increase the Library’s visibility and profile Library Strategic Plan 2015-2017: Partnering for teaching, learning and research Research Nurture a research culture
  4. 4. Octopus liaisons Liaison Schools Academic Staff Students MUA Library Education Management Campus Research Management Liaison Schools Academic Staff Students MUA Library Education Management
  5. 5. Contribution to Better Teaching, Better Learning Library partnerships Schools Education Management Campus Research Management MUA Library Foster awareness and promote use of Library resources and services. Embed information research and learning skills development in curricula. Identify and assess postgraduates and researchers’ needs. Develop School Liaisons capacity and subject expertise. Strengthen collections to meet curricular and research needs. Develop online learning objects to complement face-to- face experience. Develop specialist services and programmes geared to researchers and postgraduate students. Participate in ‘community of practice’. Partner with academic staff to create content and conduct classes. Contribute to BTBL blended/e- learning strategies and initiatives. Foster awareness around scholarly communication practices. Enhance quality of information and research skills programmes.
  6. 6. 2015 Unit-embedded School Liaison programs Arts and Social Sciences AMU1325: Introduction to World Politics and History (M. Wong) AMU3449: Reading social media: Sociotechnological literacies (Dr. Hopkins) AMU2906: Genders, Sexualities and Religions in Southeast Asia (Dr. Bong) ATS3793: Global Research (Dr. Buente) GCHE (Dr. Chan) Science BIO/BTH4280 Honours coursework in Biology (Dr. Chen Won Sun) Engineering and Information Technology ENG1002: Engineering design (Dr. Ta Yeong Wu) FIT9130: Systems analysis and design (Dr. Esyin) JCSMHS and Pharmacy PAC3512: Current Aspects of Pharmaceutical research (Prof. Nathorn) PAC 2342: Pharmacy in Public Health (Dr. Mak)
  7. 7. Promoting the library
  8. 8. Learning @ The Library 2015
  9. 9. Promoting liaison services in print
  10. 10. Promoting liaison services online
  11. 11. Changing mode of delivery: Prezi and Slides
  12. 12. Example 1: Arts & Social Sciences "The hands-on workshops were tailored very well to our needs… The students found it very informative, as did I, and this is clearly reflected in the quality of the essays which have been strengthened as a result.” (A/Prof. Sharon Bong) Collaboration with Schools AMU2906: Genders, Sexualities and Religions in Southeast Asia A/Prof. Sharon Bong School Liaison: Sara Kuhn In collaboration with A/Prof. Sharon Bong, Sara designed and facilitated a unit-embedded Advanced Literature Search workshop to support students’ research assignments. This project-based activity was student-centred in its approach, fostering student discovery, independent learning and engagement. An example of face-to-face active experience
  13. 13. Example 2: Engineering ENG1002: Engineering design cleaner, safer, smarter Dr. Ta Yeong, Wu, Dr. Vineetha Kalavally School Liaison: Hien Tran Collaboration with Schools "This session should be available for Year 1 or Year 2 students. It's a very useful tool for the students when it comes to citation for their assignments even in Year 2 which I was not aware about.” (Student ENG1002) In partnership with the academic staff, Hien developed a library module to introduce IEEE citation style. He created and embedded a library post- assessment into Moodle to evaluate student learning outcomes. The library module mixes both face-to-face and online delivery. The blended approach maximizes the library contact time while allowing students to retake the quiz as often as they wish, ultimately reinforcing their skills. Blended, team-based learning for Year 2 Engineering students
  14. 14. Collaboration with Schools Example 3: BTBL Grant Research Project Proposal “Sara … has helped me significantly to formulate the research ideas, literature review, and proposal writing. Both of us are quite excited about this blended learning project.” (A/Prof. Shamsul Haque) Jeffrey Cheah School of Medicine and Health Sciences Department of Psychology A/Prof. Shamsul Haque Dr. Amreeta Dhanoa School Liaison: Sara Kuhn The proposed collaborative research project intends to examine how reward and punishment, when coupled with student-centred collaborative learning and technology-enhanced learning, such as the SMARTTM Table, may affect the learning processes and outcomes of undergraduate students and contribute to Monash BTBL agenda and Monash Malaysia Strategic Education Plan. Role of Reward and Punishment in TEL and Blended Learning
  15. 15. Partnerships • Ooi Lay Tin, Senior Marketing Manager • Social media task force • Online video tutorials • Monash Institute of Graduate Research (MIGR) • Graduate Research Professional Development (GRPD) PhD program
  16. 16. Embracing change: challenges Changes in staffing Greater accountability  MQA: Malaysian Qualifications Agency  OBE: Outcome-based Education  BTBL ‘Sage on stage’ approach not working Student behaviour (online, social...) Librarians’ hidden skills Demonstrating value Waiting for THEM to ask US Change as worthwhile work Upskilling and increasing knowledge Assessing impact Student learning outcomes Monash graduate attributes
  17. 17. Building upon successes Positive academic feedback Increase in student work quality Positive participant survey responses Liaison team has become well known on campus Enhanced visibility of researcher and academic services Asking US to collaborate with THEM
  18. 18. Looking Ahead Library course offerings review and redesign Research skills development embedded into Year 1 and 2 units Mix of face-to-face and blended learning experiences Collaboration with EM to leverage opportunities to offer new courses in a multidisciplinary approach Awareness of scholarly communication practices Learning environment that encourages innovative teaching practices and multifaceted modes of delivery Develop partnerships with academic staff to embed research skills programs into unit coursework
  19. 19. Looking forward
  20. 20. References Malenfant, K. J. (2015). Leading Change in the System of Scholarly Communication: A Case Study of Engaging Liaison Librarians for Outreach to Faculty. College & Research Libraries, 76(3), 392-405. University of Exeter. (n.d.). College of humanities intranet: 6. Assessment and Feedback. Retrieved from https://intranet .exeter.ac.uk/humanities/studying/taughthandbook/assessment/
  21. 21. Activities Getkahoot Quiz Activity
  22. 22. Activity – Question 1 What skills, abilities or qualities do you think it is important for a School Liaison to have?
  23. 23. Activity – Question 2 What makes an engaging classroom experience for the student?
  24. 24. Activity – Question 3 How would you describe methods to build sustainable partnerships with academic staff?

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