- 大阪大学高等教育研究 (ISSN:21876002)
- vol.2, pp.55-60, 2014-03-31
This paper describes the “workshop for report writing” as an example of collaborative work between library staffs, faculty members and teaching assitants, and report on its practice and challenges for the future. In recent years, many university libraries have been working on learning support activities while cooperating with faculty members. In Osaka University Library, we have been working learning support activities such as provision of a place for learning and human supports. For example, workshops with Center for Education in Liberal Arts and Sciences, support for class and cosponsored events with students. Since 2010, Osaka University Library has held workshops to learn academic skills. The “workshop for report writing” is one of them, and it was renewed in 2012, and has the following feature : Co-operation with faculty members, library staffs and teaching assistants. Library staffs give lectures and facilitate group work.