Relationships and Ethics of Co-Teaching Research Intensive Classes

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Steve Cramer, Business Librarian (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Abstract: This chapter explores aspects of librarians co-teaching research-intensive undergraduate classes. An opening review of the rather limited literature on embedded librarians in research-intensive classes will lead into a description of such work with two University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) classes, Marketing 426 and Entrepreneurship 300. The professors’ expectations of the embedded librarian are then discussed. The chapter concludes with a discussion of two intriguing aspects of such embedded work: the complex communication pattern that forms between the librarian, professor, and the students, as well as ethical considerations involving grading, privacy, and time commitment.

Additional Information

In Embedded Librarianship: What Every Academic Librarian Should Know. ABC-CLIO.
Language: English
Date: 2013
Academic Libraries, Instruction, Research Intensive Class, Embedded Librarianship, Ethics

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