Collaborations “R” Us

Gleeson Librarians are here to collaborate with faculty! In addition to the research instruction that we deliver to your classes in our electronic classroom (or yours), there are lots of other ways we love to work with you and your classes using the library’s resources and your students’ creativity. Here are three of them: Special … Continue reading Collaborations “R” Us

Riot Grrrl in the Library: Employing Critical Active Learning

During library instruction sessions, Education Librarian Amy Gilgan employs a variety of methods to spark student curiosity, catapulting the research process from rote searching into active learning. Some of these methods involve discussion of the Wasco Clown and the Riot Grrrl punk movement and they usually focus on investigating the construction of authority, shining a … Continue reading Riot Grrrl in the Library: Employing Critical Active Learning

Student Social Justice Exhibits

Last year the library launched an innovative project to promote peer to peer learning around social justice topics. The Student Social Justice eXhibits (SSJX) project involves students selecting and researching a social justice topic of their choosing, and then creating a display using Gleeson Library materials such as books, videos, and journal articles. Librarian Carol … Continue reading Student Social Justice Exhibits