• Ketchikan Cup O' News 2017-11

      Ledford, Marianne (University of Alaska Southeast, 2017-11)
    • Ketchikan Cup O' News 2017-12

      Ledford, Marianne (University of Alaska Southeast, 2017-12)
    • Ketchikan Cup O' News 2018-01

      Ledford, Marianne (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-01)
    • Ketchikan Cup O' News 2018-02

      Ledford, Marianne (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-02)
    • Ketchikan Cup O' News 2018-03

      Ledford, Marianne (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-03)
    • Ketchikan Cup O' News 2018-04

      Ledford, Marianne (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-04)
    • Ketchikan Cup O' News 2018-05

      Ledford, Marianne (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-05)
    • Ketchikan Cup O' News 2018-06

      Ledford, Marianne (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-06)
    • Ketchikan Cup O' News 2018-07

      Ledford, Marianne (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-07)
    • Ketchikan Cup O' News 2018-08

      Ledford, Marianne (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-08)
    • Ketchikan Cup O' News 2018-11

      Booth, Tina (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-11)
    • Ketchikan Cup O' News 2018-12

      Booth, Tina (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-12)
    • The Level 2018-01

      Leigh, Nathan (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-01)
    • The Level 2018-04

      Leigh, Nathan (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-04)
    • The Level 2018-08

      Leigh, Nathan (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-08)
    • The Level 2018-10

      Leigh, Nathan (University of Alaska Southeast, 2018-10)
    • The Level 2019-02

      Leigh, Nathan (University of Alaska Southeast, 2019-02)
    • Librarian and Faculty Collaborative Instruction: A Phenomenological Self-Study

      Brown, Jennifer; Duke, Thomas (Elsevier, 2005)
      Several models of librarian and faculty collaboration are found in the professional librarian literature. The literature on collaborative self-study research in higher education settings indicates collaborative self-study research can improve interdisciplinary and collaborative approaches to teaching and research and facilitate the transfer of knowledge. A research librarian and assistant professor of special education conducted a phenomenological self-study to examine their multiple roles as researchers, collaborators, and educators who collaborated to develop, implement, and evaluate distance-delivered instructional services for public school teachers who live and work in remote, rural, and Native communities throughout the state of Alaska. Several themes emerged from this study, including: (a) the authors’ interdisciplinary and collaborative efforts resulted in increased opportunities to team teach and conduct future collaborative research; (b) the authors struggled to communicate effectively with students via audio-conference; and (c) the beliefs and practices of both authors were transformed by their participation in this self-study. The study suggests implications for further and improved interdisciplinary collaboration between librarians and faculty. The authors believe this collaborative approach to self-study research facilitates reflective and authentic teaching and research for academic librarians working in collaboration with teaching faculty.
    • Soundings 1987-10-09 (v.1 no.1)

      University of Alaska Southeast, 1987-10-09
    • Soundings 1987-10-23 (v.1 no.2)

      University of Alaska Southeast, 1987-10-23