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Champlain Teaching Librarians Publish in this Month’s Journal of Information Literacy






Sean Leahy and Alan Carbery have just had their paper on evidence-based instruction published in the latest issue of Journal of Information Literacy. This peer-reviewed article outlines Champlain’s first foray into librarian-led, rubric-based assessment using first-year Core common assignments. This has led to our Teaching Librarians’ most recent work with this year’s artifact assessment developmental rubric for the […]

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Unveiling of the Saint John Bible






One of the extraordinary undertakings of our time. – Smithsonian Magazine Date: Monday, January 19, 2015 Time: 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm Location: Champlain College’s Miller Information Commons (Library), 1st Floor No RSVP required. Champlain College is honored to host a Heritage Edition of the Saint John’s Bible, the first hand-written and hand-illuminated Bible commissioned […]

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Teaching Librarian Lindsey Rae Publishes in LOEX Quarterly






Technology and Public Services Librarian Lindsey Rae was published in the most recent issue of LOEX Quarterly, a journal covering library instruction and information literacy. Her article, entitled “Owning the Stage: Using Dramatic Theory to Improve Teaching,” focuses on the intersection of teaching and acting techniques and theory. Read Lindsey’s article here. Or here: Owning the Stage- Using Dramatic Theory […]

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Edible Books!






Many, many thanks to all of you — chefs, judges, voters, and audience — who made our first annual Edible Books Festival such a rousing success! All the entries were fantastic, fantastical, and definitely edible. Congratulations to our 2014 winners: Best Team Entry: Cyndi Brandenburg and family, “Where the Sidewalk Ends” Best Individual Entry (Tie!): […]

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Eat Your Words at Champlain’s Edible Books Festival






In the midst of your busy academic lives, have you ever just wanted to take a break and sink your teeth into a good book?  You know, literature with flavor — literature with taste?  Have you ever, at times, had to eat your words?  Better yet, have you ever wanted to make someone else eat […]

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