Cooking with authority: using a flipped lesson and librarian meeting to evaluate authority
learning management systems
Information literacy -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Colorado -- Golden
Sustainability -- Study and teaching
Colorado School of Mines
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AbstractThis recipe is designed for an introduction to design course and is most suited to courses with a team project. It can be used to support courses in disciplines across STEM, especially environmental science, mechanical engineering, sustainability studies, and civil engineering. It can also be effectively deployed in courses in which students engage with stakeholders or customers of some sort. Librarians can use the lesson to help students tease out the contextual nature of authority and the role of stakeholder input plays in good design.
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