Placing Research on their Map: Curriculum Mapping as a Collaboration Tool for an Architecture Branch Library

Placing Research on their Map: Curriculum Mapping as a Collaboration Tool for an Architecture Branch Library by Bonnie Reed, Hillary B. Veeder, Sara Schumacher, and Brian C. R. Zugay

This article presents the authors’ efforts to collaborate with faculty in a curriculum-mapping program that enables shared understanding of curricular objectives and goals. By collaborating and coordinating with faculty for embedded library sessions or modules, this program can be used to strengthen information and research competencies at the appropriate academic levels throughout the degree program. Curriculum mapping helps communicate opportunities to bring together teaching and learning from the lecture hall and studio to the library where students can be introduced to pertinent resources and information that will support their course work and build their understanding of research.

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