High-impact practices, HIPs, have been adopted on college campuses to enhance student learning. The academic library provides services and space contributing to learning at its institution. Librarians conduct space research to learn how the library building can better serve its users. Library space assessment is one way for librarians to engage with faculty and students to create a HIP in the library. This article is a case study of a collaboration between a librarian and a sociology professor to design an observational study. It demonstrates how librarians can contribute to HIPs at their institution by involving students in meaningful research.
Susan E. Montgomery (2019) Creating a HIP in the library: A high-impact practice case study, College & Undergraduate Libraries, DOI: 10.1080/10691316.2019.1637319
College & Undergraduate Libraries