Learning at the Reference Desk: A Pilot Project to Align Reference Transactions with University Learning OutcomesJournal of Academic Librarianship (2017)
In re-imagining libraries, their value and impact with stakeholders, librarians are challenged to conjure up new, innovative ways to convey what is important, relevant, and meaningful. In some instances, this innovation results in developing new services such a learning commons or a technology petting zoo. In other situations, innovative thinking requires re-examining what libraries already do through a different lens or perspective. In essence, librarians need to experiment with different perspectives, metaphors, or narratives in order to discover new opportunities to value, market, or convey meaning about library services. These new perspectives can create fresh and engaging ways of describing the library....
- learning outcomes
Publication DateJanuary, 2017
Citation InformationRick A Stoddart and Beth Hendrix. "Learning at the Reference Desk: A Pilot Project to Align Reference Transactions with University Learning Outcomes" Journal of Academic Librarianship Vol. 43 Iss. 1 (2017) p. 3 - 7 ISSN: 0099-1333
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