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Tuesday, November 26 • 13:00 - 13:45
Reimagining Library Instruction to Support Open Pedagogy Initiatives: A Case Study

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The library instruction program at Roger Williams University (RWU) exists to provide students with information literacy skills to aid them in the successful completion of their academic assignments. Traditionally, the program has focused on providing assignment-based instruction in 50-80 minute sessions, where each is tailored to help students meet specific threshold concepts integrated throughout the Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL) Framework that will enable them to complete these assignments, most of which tend to be research papers. With faculty interest in both Open Educational Resources and Open-enabled Pedagogy (OEP) gaining steam on campus, one librarian has seen a drastic shift in the nature of the assignments of which students are being asked to complete in these library instruction sessions. This poster will examine the author’s experience in shifting her own pedagogy in order to provide scaffolded support of concepts such as copyright & fair use, open licensing, and author’s rights -- all of which are essential for students engaged in open-enabled pedagogy and renewable assignments to grasp. The author will seek to synthesize her own experiences in order to offer concrete takeaways for academic librarians preparing to engage with faculty and students engaged in OEP on their own campuses.

Speakers
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Lindsey Gumb

Scholarly Communications Librarian, Roger Williams University


Tuesday November 26, 2019 13:00 - 13:45
BL28 open space