TLISI 2022: Intellectual Engagement and Fostering a Sense of Community Outside of the Classroom: Library Panel and Open Conversation About Future Collaborations
Meiman, Meg Meiman
This panel (Professor Theodora Danylevich, Beth Marhanka, Noah Martin, and Meg Meiman) will discuss initiatives between the Library and partners from around campus to create inclusive communities that intellectually engage our students, and that create a space for sharing ideas, networking, and connecting with each other. After the presentation from the panel, we will open the conversation to all participants to discuss future opportunities to create spaces for connection, creativity, intellectual engagement, and innovation at Georgetown. Examples we will discuss include: Lattes and Lit, No Pressure Book Club Wikipedia Edit-a-thon Environmental Graphiti Eco Artwalk (Video of the Environmental Graphiti exhibition) Core Pathways Pop-up Gallery Maker Hub community engagement De-Stress events _____ Additional Resources from this session: Library research guides: https://guides.library.georgetown.edu/researchcourseguides LinkedIn Learning: https://library.georgetown.edu/linkedin-learning Ideation GoogleDoc from the session: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1piEoe_JQAijbEB0SYTp-d1pEL8on-H77plKek1iNTvM/edit#
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