Co-Authoring Book Reviews with Students, Faculty, and Librarians
OBJECTIVES Groundwork: Work from last year demonstrated how faculty members, who are already writing book reviews, can improve the quality of the book reviews when they are co-authored with undergraduate students and a librarian. Question: How can we improve book review essays co-authored with undergraduate students? Approach: Applying findings from last year, worked alongside a faculty member, a librarian, and two other undergraduate students to co-author a scholarly book review essay.
|Work Title||Co-Authoring Book Reviews with Students, Faculty, and Librarians|
|Subtitle||Using this Model in Practice|
|Creators||NICHOLAS JAMES ROWLAND; Cooper S Wills; Tyler Barnum; KRISTINA FRANKLIN; Hailley Marie Fargo; Kristin C Newvine; Peyton Loomis; Brooke Louise Long-Yarrison|
|Keyword||information literacy; scholarship as conversation; book review; engaged scholarship; review essay; rubric; collaboration|
|License||All rights reserved|
|Deposited||April 19, 2019 09:36|
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