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Friday, June 10 • 10:45am - 11:45am
Short Sessions: Guided Adventures in Team Hiking: Collaborations between Librarians and Writing Program Faculty to Flip the One-Shot Library Workshop / Digital Research Notebook: A Simple Tool for Reflective Learning at Scale

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10:45-11:15 Guided Adventures in Team Hiking: Collaborations between Librarians and Writing Program Faculty to Flip the One-Shot Library Workshop

Librarians at UC San Diego teamed up with a writing program coordinator on campus to re-imagine the one-shot library workshops provided to all of the college's first-year transfer students. An online tutorial on database searching made up of multimedia and active learning experiences was created for students to complete the week before the library workshop.    / After learning about the research process, database search strategies and how to access articles in full-text, students were required to use their newly learned skills to bring printed articles they had found to the library instruction session. During the workshop with the librarian, students learned how to construct a research question.

11:15-11:45 Digital Research Notebook: A Simple Tool for Reflective Learning at Scale

Although deep, sustained engagement with students is desirable, many librarians still work within the confines of the one-shot instruction session, some at universities serving tens of thousands of undergraduate students. Librarians must thus find creative ways to work at scale in order to help students craft thoughtful research questions, scaffold their research process, and think critically about the sources they find. To meet this challenge, librarians at UCLA created a digital "research notebook" which, through a combination of video tutorials and reflective writing prompts, guides student through the research process. The notebook can be assigned on its own, as a pre-assignment for a one-shot session, or as the backbone of a credit course or research consultation. This session will discuss the pedagogical framework of the notebook and offer simple ways participants can implement it at their own institutions.
 

Speakers
avatar for Julia Glassman

Julia Glassman

Librarian, Lead for Collections and Writing Initiatives, UCLA
I'm interested in alternative media, zines, instructional design, and critical pedagogy.
avatar for Crystal Goldman

Crystal Goldman

Instruction Coordinator, UC San Diego Library
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Dominique Turnbow

Instructional Design Librarian, UC San Diego
avatar for Doug Worsham

Doug Worsham

Teaching & Learning Services Coordinator, UCLA Library



Friday June 10, 2016 10:45am - 11:45am
Room 1150 Marriott Library (University of Utah campus)

Attendees (40)