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Friday, November 1 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Developing Student Agency through Personalized Learning

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This presentation will look at unique credit-bearing courses offered by Western Libraries to promote and support student agency and engagement at Western Libraries. Based out of the Teaching and Learning Division within the Libraries, two credit-bearing practica are offered to students at Western Washington University. The practica are focused on a range of academic literacies: research, reading, writing, speaking, and listening. The Research-Writing Practicum and Speaking-Listening Practicum are based on a peer-to-peer model using a personalized learning plan for each student and focused on individual needs and goals. Students are encouraged to drive the direction of their learning plans, which has led to a strong sense of community and agency over their learning.

Speakers
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Elizabeth Stephan

Student Engagement Librarian, Western Washington University
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Shevell Thibou

Assistant Director of Teaching & Learning and Head of the Teaching-Learning, Western Washington University



Friday November 1, 2019 1:00pm - 1:50pm
J.W. Student Union, Room D (3rd Floor)

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