Traditional instruction methods, while serving a vital purpose, may not excite students as much as other events on campus. Using "outside-the-box" ideas to engage students while challenging them to think critically and interact with library resources allows libraries to reach students in new and creative ways. During this session, we will describe the design, learning goals, and outcomes of a game night, escape room, and pop-ups our library system created that focus on student success.
Library and Information Science
Bielat, Veronica E.; Wisotsky, Matt; Iverson, Katie; and Taylor, Louiza, "Student Success "Outside-the-Box"" (2019). Library Scholarly Publications. 147.