Libraries contribute to student successPosted: Monday 19 June 2017
Its official! Working with the library has tangible benefits for your students.
Students benefit from library instruction in their initial coursework. Information literacy instruction provided to students during their initial coursework helps them perform better in their courses than students who do not.
Collaborative academic programs and services involving the library enhance student learning. Academic library partnerships with other campus units, such as the writing center, academic enrichment, and speech lab, yield positive benefits for students (e.g., higher grades, academic confidence, retention).
Information literacy instruction strengthens general education outcomes. Library instruction improves students’ achievement of institutional core competencies and general education outcomes such as inquiry-based and problem-solving learning, including effective identification and use of information, critical thinking, ethical reasoning, and civic engagement.
(American Library Association, 2017)
ALA American Library Association. (2017). ALA member news. Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/news/member-news/2017/05/new-acrl-report-highlights-library-contributions-student-learning-and-success
Contact your liaison librarian to discuss how we can collaborate with you to improve your students’ learning experience and their skills in finding, critically evaluating and using information.
Business / FOST / FedUni TAFE
Clare Duffy / firstname.lastname@example.org / ext. 9276
Xandria Hughes / email@example.com / ext. 26875
Myles Strous / firstname.lastname@example.org / ext. 26298
Marian Chivers / email@example.com / ext. 8243
FEA / Fed College
Peggy Hsu / firstname.lastname@example.org / ext.9589
Debbie Leatham / email@example.com / ext. 28483
Carlie Nekrasov / firstname.lastname@example.org / ext. 6983
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