The purpose of this poster is to present the outcomes of the pilot course that was developed after the co-design workshop held last year in Paris. It will describe how faculty/librarian collaboration has been shaped since the beginning of the project.
Can collaboration among faculty, librarians and students shape the programming of a course? This poster describes how the request for a library one-shot session became an idea that created the initial spark for the development of a solid faculty/librarian collaboration.
A JCU writing intensive communication course became the pilot project developed during the AMICAL sponsored workshop on co-design that paired a faculty member and a librarian in developing shared learning outcomes for the research component of the course. The participation of the instruction librarian as a strategic point of reference for teaching critical research skills was subsequently extended to another section of the same course taught by a different faculty member.
The emphasis of this poster presentation is on the collaborative approach of this project that, together with reflections on student participation and reactions to the pilot course, has shaped the course programming and its learning outcomes.