The Library Fellows program provides an opportunity for faculty and library staff to work collaboratively in exploring and developing innovative models and methods of incorporating library resources and technologies across the curriculum at Columbia College Chicago. Faculty and library staff, working together as partners, will create new types of learning objects, instructional strategies, resources and/or technology tools that can be applied not only to specific courses but across the entire curriculum to enhance and promote teaching, learning and scholarship at the college. The focus of the project should be to create rich, authentic library/student interactions that will deepen students' experience with the library and its resources.
The Library will provide grants for two two-member teams (one faculty member and one library staff member) who will serve as Library Fellows during the Calendar Year. Each team member will receive a $500 stipend upon completion of the project and delivery of the final report..
Each proposal should address the following issues:
Please email and submit a written copy of your proposal to:
Head of Reference and Library Instruction, Library
624 S. Michigan, Room 215
The deadline for submitting a proposal is Friday, March 30, 2018.
Phase I of the fellowship: Proposals will be submitted during the Spring semester (by Friday, March 30, 2017). Team members will work on the projects during the Spring and Summer semesters with project development being completed by early Fall semester.
Phase II of the fellowship: Fellows will implement and assess their projects during the Fall semester. Evaluation and assessment will be included in the summary paper which is due at the end of the Fall semester. Stipends will be issued upon completion of Phase II.
In addition to the completed projects, Library Fellows will be expected to:
Proposals and completed projects will be evaluated by the Library Fellows Committee. Committee members include:
Applicants will be notified of the committee's decision by Friday, April 6, 2018.
Please contact Arlie Sims at 312-369-7059 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments.