Jaetun opettajuuden haasteet : kirjaston, opetuksen ja työelämän yhteistyö hoitoalan koulutuksen hankkeessa
Lahtinen, Johanna (2014)
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Lahtinen J., (2014). Jaetun opettajuuden haasteet : kirjaston, opetuksen ja työelämän yhteistyö hoitoalan koulutuksen hankkeessa. , Informaatiotutkimuksen yhdistys. URN:NBN:fi:amk-201701051113
Collaboration between libraries and education is perceived to be essential in higher education so that accumulation of information and more in-depth study assignments would result in effective learning outcomes. This study describes information specialists’ participation in a project where collaboration was developed between libraries, education and working life. The aim of the project was to develop work practices and participants’ know-how via expertise sharing. The paper describes how expertise sharing and co-teaching practices evolved during the project. The information specialists experienced co-teaching as an important possibility to develop collaboration with teachers and working life professionals even though co-teaching did not fully materialize in the project. One reason for this was the participants’ underlying conflicting interpretations of the collaboration and co-teaching practices. The information specialists experienced collaboration as beneficial to better understand the objectives, focus and practices in education. They also experienced that teachers’ and partners’ comprehension of information literacy guidance and practices of information specialists brightened. There is a need for the extended development of the library, education and working life collaboration to achieve the goals of expertise sharing and co-teaching.