What, if any, are the benefits of having librarians attend lectures and seminars? In the midst of a start-up program, the librarians at the Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar were challenged to test new models of active participation while demonstrating positive outcomes. This paper describes the setting, methods, and outcomes associated with having librarians attend courses as active members in an evolving learning environment. Interactions with faculty and students will be analyzed to assess whether course attendance benefits professional relationships in a way that positively impacts student learning. In parallel, an examination of assessment measures for determining value of service will also be undertaken.
|Publication status||Submitted - 22 May 2006|
|Event||27th Annual IATUL Conference - Porto, Portugal|
Duration: 22 May 2006 → 25 May 2006
|Conference||27th Annual IATUL Conference|
|Period||22/05/06 → 25/05/06|
- Embedded librarians
- Assessment measures