Location

Portland State University, Portland, Oregon

Start Date

24-7-2014 1:45 PM

End Date

24-7-2014 2:45 PM

Subjects

Information literacy -- Study and teaching, Library instruction

Description

Cornish College of the Arts offers a distinctive blend of visual and performing arts grounded in a core curriculum of humanities and sciences. Cornish offers a Bachelor of Music degree and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in art, dance, design, music, performance production and theater.

With a focus on the visual and performing arts, and a faculty/student population of visual/aural/kinesthetic learners, our patrons’ interests are often "making and doing," rather than engaging in conventional academic research. Consequently, our librarians collaborate with faculty to align students’ own practices in the studio/performance space with more traditional academic research processes.

This interactive panel will demonstrate three lo-fi pedagogical techniques that we use in our discipline-specific research studios. Use of the term research studio is intentional

Notes

These are handouts to accompany: "Playing Well with Others: Research Studios at the Cornish College of Arts"

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/14529

CRAP worksheet.pdf (88 kB)
CRAP Worksheet Handout

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Jul 24th, 1:45 PM Jul 24th, 2:45 PM

Playing Well with Others: Research Studios at the Cornish College of the Arts

Portland State University, Portland, Oregon

Cornish College of the Arts offers a distinctive blend of visual and performing arts grounded in a core curriculum of humanities and sciences. Cornish offers a Bachelor of Music degree and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees in art, dance, design, music, performance production and theater.

With a focus on the visual and performing arts, and a faculty/student population of visual/aural/kinesthetic learners, our patrons’ interests are often "making and doing," rather than engaging in conventional academic research. Consequently, our librarians collaborate with faculty to align students’ own practices in the studio/performance space with more traditional academic research processes.

This interactive panel will demonstrate three lo-fi pedagogical techniques that we use in our discipline-specific research studios. Use of the term research studio is intentional