An Inclusive and Creative Service for Experiential Learning
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As workforce requirements continue to transform, innovation and experiential learning are increasingly important topics in higher education. In this presentation, we showcase how a university library department has leveraged innovative services to connect faculty, staff, and students from various university departments through experiential learning. We outline how a makerspace has become an inclusive, collaborative, and creative space for students of all majors to explore new technology. From our diverse and knowledgeable staff of student workers, to faculty “champions”, to campus partnerships, we will share how we have brought together many moving parts to create a robust experiential learning environment. Additionally, our instruction librarian will share specific examples of embedding maker literacy into the curriculum across a wide variety of disciplines. Attendees will gain ideas for adding creative, maker-based activities into their teaching, or for developing programs surrounding innovation and experiential learning at their institutions.
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