An Outcomes Based Approach to Undergraduate Education — Jennifer Fabbi & Carl Reiber
For over three years, the Libraries have been heavily involved in the creation of a proposal to reform undergraduate education at UNLV. Librarians are serving in key leadership roles as we transition from a discipline-based, turf-driven curriculum, to one that is based on a set of essential learning outcomes to be infused throughout students' entire experience, in both the curricular and co-curricular arenas. This partnership will outline some of the qualities that position librarians for leadership roles in campus-wide educational initiatives — from developing undergraduate learning outcomes to rising above the credit-count fray.
All Roads Lead to Faculty Development — Vicki Nozero & Christine Bergman
Summary of three campus-wide faculty development collaborative initiatives in which the University Libraries has played a leading role: the UNLV Faculty Institute on Research Based Learning for High Impact Courses, the Hotel Faculty Institute on Course Design, and the Faculty Collaboratory.
Curricular and Co-Curricular Collaborations — Anne Zald & Alicia Simon
In addition to the collaborations discussed by preceding speakers, the Libraries is pursuing seemingly disparate collaborations that share a fundamental goal, e.g. engagement with student learning. Zald will outline several of these initiatives while Simon will provide a case study of the impact of these partnerships.
- Curriculum change,
- Higher — Aims and objectives,
- Libraries and education
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/christine_bergman/4/