Driving Student Success: Leveraging Technology to Connect Libraries, Faculty and Students
Sponsored by Ex Libris, Part of ClarivateRecorded on 11/09/2023
Posted in Library Instruction
How can the library work with students and faculty to improve communication and collaboration across campus?
- Alterline Student Success Report: https://discover.clarivate.com/Students_want_easier_access_to_digital_course_materials?utm_campaign=AlterlineReport_Leganto_LeadGen_AG_Global_2023&utm_source=third_party_email&utm_medium=paid
- Impact of Libraries on Student Success (Library Journal Report): https://storeapi.libraryjournal.com/magento2-ib/customform/form.php?name=Impact-Academic-Libraries-Student-Success-Survey-2023
With their day-to-day interactions with students and faculty across disciplines, libraries are positioned to directly impact student success, supporting a key component of nearly all university missions.
But libraries can’t do it by themselves: it takes partnership with both students and faculty.
Join us for an insightful discussion about the findings of three global surveys of librarians, faculty and students on the topic of student achievement. We’ll examine how faculty and the library perceive and work with each other and take a deep dive into what students say they need to be successful – particularly when it comes to accessing and using course materials.
Our panelists will share recommendations for how to improve communication and collaboration across campus, focusing particularly on barriers faculty and library staff experience in integrating library resources into coursework – and why, for students, it is imperative to their success that these barriers are overcome.
Zara LawsonDirector of Research and Research DevelopmentAlterline
Zara is a Research Director at Alterline with over 10 years’ experience in student experience research. She has worked across a wide range of Alterline’s higher education and commercial sector projects, bringing both quantitative and qualitative research alive for clients with meaningful recommendations and deliverables.
Jessie RansomSenior Product ManagerEx Libris Leganto
Jessie Ransom is the Senior Manager of Product Management at Ex Libris, overseeing Leganto, the course materials solution. Her role involves collaborating with libraries worldwide to gain insights into their objectives and obstacles related to facilitating teaching and learning. Jessie strategically guides the development of Leganto to ensure it aligns with the evolving requirements of libraries. She earned her MLIS from the University of Washington and boasts an impressive 9-year tenure at Ex Libris.
Matthew SherlockProduct Strategy DirectorEx Libris campusM
Matt Sherlock is a seasoned professional in the field of higher education and technology. In 2015, he assumed the role of Director of Product Strategy at Ex Libris, a leading innovator in educational technology solutions. Based in the United Kingdom, Matt plays a pivotal role in shaping the strategic direction of the renowned campusM Platform, leveraging his expertise to drive innovation and excellence.
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