EVALUATION & IDEAS
Beginning in 2005, the project introduced an annual fellowship for UC Berkeley library staff interested in contributing to campus initiatives focused on teaching and learning.
Library staff selected for the Mellon Library Fellowship for Teaching and Learning partnered with up to five Mellon Faculty Fellows from a range of academic departments along with campus Academic Partners to design instructional materials and techniques for use in large-enrollment and high-impact courses. These materials were drawn on to model good practices for other library staff who teach.
Through this collaborative process, Library staff were able to enhance their knowledge of instructional design, assignment design, instructional technologies, and pedagogical issues for a variety of disciplines and audiences.
Library Fellows received a $2000 stipend and were invited to all events related to the Mellon Library/Faculty Fellowship for Undergraduate Research.
Project Manager: Pat Davitt Maughan | Project Director: Elizabeth Dupuis
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