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Library service model for curriculum support: Digital uplift and Library initiated opportunities

Digital uplift and Library initiated opportunities

Delivery

Involves Library Managers at the curriculum design table as a course design team member and offers:

Option A: Basic support – refer to DIY

Option B: Mid-level support – refer to Blended offering

Option C: Deep involvement in curriculum design of library related course resources see below
Responsibility

Academic would initiate the options:

  • digital uplift
  • Library initiated opportunities through AIMs

 

Option C: Deep involvement in curriculum design

Delivery

Conversation building blocks between Outreach and academics guided by UNSW Library frameworks and guiding principles.

Design

Academic and subject expert librarian would design and develop a subject/faculty specific course package including:

  • creation, reuse or remix of digital teaching and learning objects (DTLOs) such as -
    • LinkedIn Learning playlist
    • LibWizard activity (proprietary guide on the side)
    • learning activities from ELISE open learning objects - activities underpinned by threshold concepts which empower students through practice to achieve a learning threshold 
  • understanding of resources/formats of information types specific to course
  • prepare relevant, up-to-date Library collection resources and/or OERs - work together to create a course package of library related content using Leganto to create and share
  • specific copyright guidance - media types, common questions for information formats used in course, OEL toolkit, Copyright Clarified video
  • vendor specific training – face to face and/or online vendor resources (for discipline specific databases such as Medline and Westlaw)
  • Group research consultations (Honours and PG C students)

Course package designed to encourage use of different media - academic and student.

Contact your Outreach Librarian

To organise pre-work presentations and facilitated Q & A sessions or to discuss how the Library can collaborate with your course design.

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