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Mary McCorison Rosenbloom Teaching Award

Award Name: 
Mary McCorison Rosenbloom Teaching Award
Award Description: 
The Mary M. Rosenbloom Teaching Award honors an individual who has created and delivered exemplary and innovative instruction programs over a two-year period. The faculty and staff of the KU Libraries teach in a variety of venues and formats, including workshops, course-integrated instruction, Web-based instruction, and credit courses offered through academic departments and other partner programs. In addition, library instructors may provide instructional support to other faculty members through the development of instructional materials, assignments, or other mechanisms for the assessment of student learning in the area of information and technology literacy. All librarians and staff who engage in teaching are encouraged to apply.
Award Unit: 
Professional Schools
Award Eligibility: 
KU Libraries
Award Owner: 
KU Libraries
Award Rank: 
Open
Award Call: 
Spring
Award Application Deadline: 
Summer
Award Summary: 
KU Libraries instruction program recognition.
Award Application Process: 
Yes
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