As part of the Enabling a Modern Curriculum with Students as Partners (SaP) CAUL project, the team are looking for authentic examples of student partnership in the library to include as part of a toolkit. If you have an example, big or small, we’d love to hear about it.
Examples could include:
- Student representation on library committees
- Student partners co-facilitating library events, workshops or training
- Students engaged in co-design of library spaces, websites, or resources
Please note, examples can include students as paid partners (e.g. casuals, gift cards) or student partners who have volunteered. However, please note, we are not looking for examples where students acted in traditional student casual roles, such as shelving books. We are also not looking for examples of students helping students, such as peer mentoring, UNLESS students were also involved in the design or evaluation of these programs with staff.
To submit, please fill out the form a member of our team will be in contact!
Questions? Contact the Project Lead, Dr Mollie Dollinger at firstname.lastname@example.org.