FROM DIALOGUE TO IMPACT: Enhancing Campus Collaboration in the Service of Student Learning & Engagement
Maughan, Patricia; Dupuis, Elizabeth
An audio recording of the presentation given to Academic Assembly on October 5, 2006 by Elizabeth Dupuis & Patricia Maughan, Project Director and Project Manager of the Mellon Library/Faculty Fellowship for Undergraduate Research at the University of California, Berkeley.
This presentation will focus on UC Berkeley's Mellon Library/Faculty Fellowship for Undergraduate Research, a four-year, grant supported initiative spearheaded by the University Library which focuses on large enrollment and high impact undergraduate courses. The Mellon Program is aimed at encouraging and facilitating faculty collaboration with a range of campus academic support units and personnel to strengthen the connections between undergraduate research, information literacy, and library collections. The presentation will provide an overview of the grant, explore the campus partnerships formed through the project, describe the annual Faculty Institute, detail Library-Faculty collaborations on courses and assignments, and review the evaluation and assessment components of the project.
Cornell University Library, Priority Implementation Team on Information Fluency. Cornell University Library, Academic Assembly Steering Committee.
Colloboration; Information literacy; Library collections; Undergraduate research