Service Learning, Information Literacy, and Libraries by Jennifer E. Nutefall

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As the number of service learning courses and their requirements increase, it is essential for academic librarians to partner with faculty and administration to include lifelong research skills components. This crucial book provides insights and case studies that will help you do just that.

• Draws from the 2014 (inaugural) Colloquium on Libraries & Service Learning

• Offers a unique take on the role of libraries and librarians in the service learning programs that are increasingly popular in higher education as a way to engage active learning

• Provides information and insights that will be useful to academic librarians who teach and/or have outreach responsibilities, as well as to academic library administrators and LIS faculty

• Shares reflections on the future of service learning


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Published April 4, 2016 by Libraries Unlimited. 155 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference.

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How can academic libraries better provide support for service learning courses at their institutions? Nutefall (librarian, Santa Clara Univ.) has compiled a collection of eight essays written by 11 contributors to address this question. The opening chapters define service learning and explain rel...

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