Librarians are used to relying on Blooms Taxonomy to craft learning objectives for instruction. Fink's Taxonomy of Significant Learning (2013) bridges both designing library instruction around learning objectives and offers a way to design flipped library instruction for maximum learning.
In February 2014, Washington, DC's financially ailing Corcoran Gallery of Art and its College of Art + Design were absorbed by the National Gallery of Art and The George Washington University, respectively. This article describes the Corcoran Library's transformation into an art and design...
From September 2015 through January 2016, the staff of the Gelman Library Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) at The George Washington University (GW) participated in a staff-designed and -led professional development discussion series. The group met four times and included both SCRC staff...
Candidates readily assure search committees that they
will join up, collaborate, and participate in a group. The challenge for the
search committee is learning whether the candidate will truly fit with the
existing group and organizational culture. How do we gauge how a new hire
The purpose of this paper is to describe the metadata
the SFM team has chosen to record about the source of the social media items SFM collects, with the aim of advancing the conversation around social media
This case study presents a lesson plan in which students learn how to cite archival materials.
The exercise of citing archival materials not only ensures that students make proper
attributions, it also requires students to apply their understanding of archival description and