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Posted on June 6, 2021 by Anne Marie Gruber

Libraries have been involved in service-learning for years through instruction for service-learning courses, displaying and archiving related course projects, and providing assistance in finding and conducting research necessary for community-based work. But it’s only recently been moving toward a more systematic and programmatic approach. One tool that can assist libraries is the Self-Assessment Rubric for Development of Service Learning Programs in Academic Libraries, developed by Katherine Kott.

Categories: Library/librarian roles, Publications, SL Models
Posted on May 5, 2021 by Maureen Barry

As we relaunch Service-Learning Librarian blog, envisioned as a hub connecting those in academic libraries supporting service-learning efforts on their campuses, it’s important to look back at our origin story!

Posted on February 2, 2021 by Anne Marie Gruber

As the editorial team prepares to relaunch the Service-learning Librarian blog, we reviewed the blog's purpose. We envision this blog as the hub of a wheel, connecting those in academic libraries supporting service-learning efforts on their campuses. Our work may look different in our various settings, but we can learn from each other. To use another metaphor, a tree as the blog's new graphic shows, library workers can and do support the growth and vitality of community engagement and impact.

Categories: Information Literacy, Institutional Repositories, Library/librarian roles, Partnership with the community
Posted on January 1, 2021 by Anne Marie Gruber

The Service-learning Librarian blog has a new home & the team is gearing up for a relaunch. What do you want to see here? Comment or tweet us @SLLibrarian

Posted on March 3, 2018 by Maureen Barry

Congratulations to Jennifer Nutefall, university librarian at Santa Clara University, for editing Service Learning, Information Literacy, and Libraries, which was chosen as the 2018 Association of College and Research Libraries Instruction Section Publication of the Year. Read more about the award from the American Library Association.

[full disclosure: the moderator of this blog contributed a chapter to this publication.]

Tags: ACRL Instruction Section, Jennifer Nutefall, Ilene F. Rockman Publication of the Year Categories: Conferences & Awards
Posted on January 1, 2018 by Maureen Barry

Call for Proposals:

Colloquium on Libraries & Service Learning

Critically Engaged Librarianship:  

Exploring Service Learning and Community Involvement

August 9-10,  2018

American University, Washington, D.C.

Join us for the 2018 Colloquium on Libraries & Service Learning!

Conference Focus:

Tags: CLSL2018, Colloquium on Libraries and Service-Learning, Service-Learning Categories: Conferences & Awards
Posted on January 1, 2018 by Maureen Barry

Join the new engaged library listserv!

Are you interested in discussing how libraries impact service learning? Have you attended regional or national Campus Compact conferences or the Colloquium on Libraries and Service Learning?

Tags: Engaged Library listserv Categories: Uncategorized
Posted on September 9, 2016 by Maureen Barry

If you’re looking for some professional development opportunities related to service learning and its connections to information literacy, look no further.  Our colleagues Jennifer Nutefall and Alex Hodges will present Connecting Pedagogies: Service Learning and Information Literacy via an ACRL Webcast on November 16, 2016.  For more information and to register, please visit:  http://www.ala.org/acrl/connectingpedagogies

Tags: Professional Development Opportunities Related to Service-Learning, ACRL, ACRL Webcast, Association of College and Research Libraries, Connecting Pedagogies: Service Learning and Information Literacy, Jennifer Nutefall
Posted on February 2, 2014 by Maureen Barry

Thanks to Jennifer Nutefall, I was recently made aware of this online professional development opportunity hosted by Infopeople, “Community and Civic Engagement: The Library’s Role as Connector.”  It sounds like a great opportunity.

Tags: Civic Engagement, Civic literacy, Community and Civic Engagement: The Library’s Role as Connector, Infopeople Categories: Civic Engagement, Conferences & Awards

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