Event Title

The Role of the 21st-Century Library: Inspiring Undergraduate Researchers through Cross-Campus Partnerships

Presentation Type

Interactive Presentation

Location

Student Union, Pegasus Ballroom. Breakout Room - Gold

Start Date

2-10-2015 3:15 PM

End Date

2-10-2015 4:00 PM

Description/Abstract

Librarians at the University of Miami and University of California Los Angeles will describe how collaborations with campus partners, including Writing Centers, Honors Programs, and Undergraduate Research Centers, are resulting in new opportunities to address institutional challenges in supporting undergraduate researchers. Examples will include the creation of a peer research consultation service and a library undergraduate research fellowship program. The presentation will demonstrate how engagement with campus partners is proving key to the transformation of library spaces and services to inspire and empower 21st-century learners. The interactive session will involve participants in discussion of opportunities for such collaborations at their institutions.

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Oct 2nd, 3:15 PM Oct 2nd, 4:00 PM

The Role of the 21st-Century Library: Inspiring Undergraduate Researchers through Cross-Campus Partnerships

Student Union, Pegasus Ballroom. Breakout Room - Gold

Librarians at the University of Miami and University of California Los Angeles will describe how collaborations with campus partners, including Writing Centers, Honors Programs, and Undergraduate Research Centers, are resulting in new opportunities to address institutional challenges in supporting undergraduate researchers. Examples will include the creation of a peer research consultation service and a library undergraduate research fellowship program. The presentation will demonstrate how engagement with campus partners is proving key to the transformation of library spaces and services to inspire and empower 21st-century learners. The interactive session will involve participants in discussion of opportunities for such collaborations at their institutions.