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Practicing Ignatian Pedagogy: A Digital Collection of Resources
Gleeson Library Librarians Research
  • Zheng (Jessica) Lu, University of San Francisco
  • Vicki Rosen, University of San Francisco
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
11-1-2015
Abstract
In the Spring 2015 issue of Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal, Kimberly Connor described building an Ignatian Pedagogy Faculty Learning Community at the University of San Francisco. One outcome of the FLC was to gather and make easily available a collection of resources on Jesuit education and the IPP (Ignatian Pedagogical Paradigm). In this issue, two USF Gleeson Library/Geschke Center librarians, Zheng (Jessica) Lu, Digital Collections Librarian, and Vicki Rosen, Distance Learning Services Librarian, describe creating Practicing Ignatian Pedagogy: A Digital Collection of Resources, an openly accessible database available through the USF Library website, using the FLC resources and digital technology
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Article published in Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal, Volume 5 No. 2, 2015.

http://jesuithighereducation.org/index.php/jhe/article/view/130

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Citation Information
Lu, Z., & Rosen, V. (2015). Practicing Ignatian Pedagogy: A Digital Collection of Resources. Jesuit Higher Education: A Journal, Vol 4, No.2, 135-152