Document Type

Article

Version Deposited

Published Version

Publication Date

2009

Publication Title

College & Research Libraries

DOI

10.5860/0700578

Abstract

Undergraduates attending The George Washington University are required to take courses in the University Writing Program. When it was introduced in 2004, this innovative program institutionalized collaboration between librarians and writing professors. The program was designed to support the university’s strategic goal to enhance challenge, discovery, and quality in student education. Beginning in 2005, instruction librarians crafted a survey to elicit anonymous feedback from their faculty partners to measure the impact of the library partnership on student learning. The survey is administered annually to explore faculty perceptions and monitor trends. Responses to the survey identify significant strengths resulting from this collaboration as well as specific topics needing further attention.

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Copyright © 2009 Deborah B. Gaspar and Karen A. Wetzel.

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