Teaching and Learning at CSU San Marcos University Library

Teaching and Learning cultivates student scholars.

 

Why do we do this?

Student scholars:

      navigate an increasingly complex information landscape

      critically evaluate, use, and create knowledge

      seek to contribute to knowledge-sharing among experts in a field

      appreciate, engage with, and contribute to their communities

Teaching and Learning Faculty:

      partner with college faculty to create impactful, transformative learning opportunities in first year curriculum, general education, and within majors

      consider, implement, and assess a variety of pedagogical approaches and high impact practices that foster inquiry and curiosity in our students

–       collaborate with the campus community to create and sustain the University Library as a welcoming and safe learning environment

 

Learn more about the Teaching and Learning Guiding Principles

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Why you should work with us-

Fostering Inquiry, Research, and Curiosity in our students

ILP faculty are experts on how students learn to do research and ask questions about the world around them. We partner with college faculty to create assignments, courses, and other resources that go far beyond research papers.

Learn more about instruction and engagement.

Learning Outcomes and Assessment

The ILP has established student learning outcomes.  

Read more about our Student Learning Outcomes and Assessment Practices.