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Librarians Meggan Press and Meg Meiman gave this presentation at the Information Literacy Summit at Moraine Valley Community College on April 20, 2018. CC-BY-SA 4.0
Abstract: Working in teaching and learning is an inherently collaborative field. Whether it’s collaborating with classroom faculty or other librarians, working together is the best way to achieve a common goal. This presentation will use a case study to highlight three essential elements of a successful collaboration among Indiana University-Bloomington Libraries’ Department of Teaching & Learning and primary source collections across the campus. We will report on the results of a collaborative initiative designed to engage students in the use of primary sources, and to assess student learning in the context of primary source literacy and information literacy.