Greetings, all! This is a reminder that Chapter proposals for the ACRL publication Teaching the Whole Student: Compassionate Instruction in the Academic Library are due by September 15.
Please submit your proposals using the CFP Google Form (https://bit.ly/twscial). The proposal should include all contributing authors, a working title, 3-5 keywords describing your proposed topic, a description of your proposed chapter that does not exceed 500 words, and two to three learning objectives or outcomes for your proposed chapter. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions!
Title: Teaching the Whole Student: Compassionate Instruction in the Academic LibraryEditor: Elena Rodriguez, College of CharlestonPublisher: ACRLAbout the Book (detailed)
Full Call for Chapter Proposals - Review before proposing
Proposals from individuals with experience teaching information literacy or credit-bearing instruction through an academic library are invited. Additionally, staffers who provide information services (e.g., reference, walk-up support, programming) in an academic library and individuals who work in a higher ed social work program are encouraged to submit proposals.
Case studies and exploratory research are invited and welcome, as are essays incorporating scholarly writing with personal narratives. Final chapters are expected to be between 4,000-5,000 words. This is not an exhaustive list, so do not feel limited by the following suggested topics!
Section 1: Framework for Compassion
Section 2: Compassionate Practices in the One-Shot
Section 3: Compassionate Practices in Credit-Bearing Instruction
Section 4: Compassionate Practices in the Library
Thanks, and again, please reach out at email@example.com if you have questions!
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