The Experiential Library - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780081007754, 9780081007785

The Experiential Library

1st Edition

Transforming Academic and Research Libraries through the Power of Experiential Learning

Editors: Pete McDonnell
eBook ISBN: 9780081007785
Paperback ISBN: 9780081007754
Imprint: Chandos Publishing
Published Date: 16th September 2016
Page Count: 252
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Description

The Experiential Library: Transforming Academic and Research Libraries through the Power of Experiential Learning features contributions—in a relatively conversational, practical, and "how-to" format—from various academic libraries across broad educational levels that have implemented experiential learning programs, services, or resources to enhance the learning and development of both students and library employees. As academic libraries and academic librarians are seeking ways to transform themselves and create collaborative synergies within and without their institutions, this timely book suggests exciting ways to integrate experiential learning into the library’s offerings.

Ranging from integrated service learning and Information Literacy instruction that "takes the class out of the classroom," to unique experiential approaches to programming like Course Exhibits and the Human Library, the book is a one-stop-shop for libraries looking to expand their repertoire. It will also help them create connections between experiential learning and their institutions' missions and contributions to student success, by grounding these programs and services on a sure methodological footing. Librarians and educators wishing to learn more about the connections between experiential learning/experiential education and academic libraries would benefit from the advice from authors in this book.

 

Key Features

  • Covers experiential learning for academic and research libraries
  • Presents diverse aspects of experiential learning in academic libraries across the spectrum of educational levels
  • Offers a one-stop-shop for librarians keen on bringing experiential learning to their institutions
  • Adds to current conversations in both LIS and experiential education, enabling further synergies in both disciplines

Readership

Academic librarians, instructional librarians, instructors on MLIS courses, graduate students and researchers in library and information science

Table of Contents

Foreword - Keith Russell
Preface - Pete McDonnell
Part 1: The Experiential Library: New Paths for Information Literacy Instruction
Ch. 1. Integrating experiential learning into information literacy curriculum - Judith Mavodza
Ch. 2. Experiential Learning in a Faculty of Education Library - Corinne Laverty
Ch. 3. Beyond Object Lessons: Object-Based Learning in the Academic Library - Amy Barlow
Ch. 4. Taking the Class out of the Classroom: Libraries, Literacy, and Service Learning - Jayne Blodgett 
Ch. 5. Training Student Drivers: Using a Flipped Classroom Model for IL Instruction - Elizabeth A. Sanders, Angela H. Balius, and Stephen A. Sanders
Ch. 6. Handheld Learning: Authentic Assessment Using iPads - Karen Viars, Mary Ann Cullen and Amy Stalker
Part 2: The Experiential Library: Programs, Collections, Spaces, Staff Development and Training
Ch. 7. “Out of the Vault”: Engaging Students in Experiential Learning through Special Collections and Archives - Christopher J. Anderson and Cassie Brand
Ch. 8. Game On! Experiential Learning with Tabletop Games - Lauren Hays and Mark Hayse
Ch. 9. Building Knowledge Together: Interactive Course Exhibits in the Academic Library - Scott Fralin, Brian Mathews, and Lauren Pressley
Ch. 10. Going Vertical: Enhancing Staff Development and Training through Vertically Integrated Instruction - Emy Nelson Decker and Jennifer A. Townes
Ch. 11. From Training to Learning: Developing Student Employees Through Experiential Learning Design - Hilary Bussell and Jessica Hagman
Part 3: The Experiential Library: Innovation and Multi-Library Collaborations
Ch. 12. Home Grown: Lessons Learned from EL partnerships in an Academic Library - Christy Groves and Ashley Shealy
Ch. 13. Grasping a Golden Opportunity: Librarian Support for Students on Summer Internships - Corey Seeman and Sally Ziph
Ch. 14. The New Hampshire Human Library Project: Breaking Barriers and Building Bridges by Engaging Communities of Learners - Carolyn Gamtso, Melissa Mannon, and Sandy Whipple
Ch. 15. Conclusion: An Experiential Librarian's Creed - Pete McDonnell

 

Details

No. of pages:
252
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Chandos Publishing 2017
Published:
Imprint:
Chandos Publishing
eBook ISBN:
9780081007785
Paperback ISBN:
9780081007754

About the Editor

Pete McDonnell

Pete McDonnell is Assistant Professor and System/Distance Learning/Circulation Librarian at Bemidji State University in Bemidji, Minnesota, USA. His professional research interests include experiential learning, organizational development, and support of student learning through library technology. Over the past decade, he has developed and facilitated percussion-based experiential exercises (also known as drum circles) for students, campus staff and faculty, and attendees at professional conferences. He has written on topics such as the intersections between experiential learning and academic libraries, and librarian professional development, for the Unabashed Librarian, College & Research Libraries News, as well as on his blog at http://thecircleisacircuit.blogspot.com. He is a member of ALA, ACRL, and the Association for Experiential Education. He received his MLIS from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and has an MS in Experiential Education from Minnesota State University, Mankato.

Affiliations and Expertise

Systems/Distance Learning/Circulation Librarian at Bemidji State University's A. C. Clark Library, in Bemidji, Minnesota, USA