Item Type

Workshop

Location

Elaine Langone Center, Center Room

Session

#s2d, moderator Tammy Troup

Start Date

6-10-2018 3:45 AM

End Date

6-10-2018 4:45 AM

Keywords

digital scholarship, instruction, library outreach

Description

In order to create a sustainable service model for Digital Scholarship (DS), River Campus Libraries recognized the need to expand staff expertise and advocacy beyond the Digital Scholarship Lab (DSL). The challenge: Training everyone in a way that is both timely and fiscally responsible. The solution: Leveraging costly, intensive professional development opportunities to re-create a modified peer-to-peer learning experience. By increasing staff access to foundational DS theories, concepts, methodologies, and tools, libraries can foster a community of experts toward advocating for and working collaboratively to facilitate DS projects.

In this interactive workshop, presenters will share benefits resulting from collaborative professional development and guide audience members through an instructional design process by which to brainstorm their own in-house learning opportunities.

Institutional efforts can then lead to regional outreach where a train-the-trainer model can cause ripple effects to libraries unable to sponsor costly, intensive professional development opportunities focused on DS.

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Oct 6th, 3:45 AM Oct 6th, 4:45 AM

And There Was DS For All: Extending Access Throughout the Library for a Sustainable Service Model

Elaine Langone Center, Center Room

In order to create a sustainable service model for Digital Scholarship (DS), River Campus Libraries recognized the need to expand staff expertise and advocacy beyond the Digital Scholarship Lab (DSL). The challenge: Training everyone in a way that is both timely and fiscally responsible. The solution: Leveraging costly, intensive professional development opportunities to re-create a modified peer-to-peer learning experience. By increasing staff access to foundational DS theories, concepts, methodologies, and tools, libraries can foster a community of experts toward advocating for and working collaboratively to facilitate DS projects.

In this interactive workshop, presenters will share benefits resulting from collaborative professional development and guide audience members through an instructional design process by which to brainstorm their own in-house learning opportunities.

Institutional efforts can then lead to regional outreach where a train-the-trainer model can cause ripple effects to libraries unable to sponsor costly, intensive professional development opportunities focused on DS.