Best Practices for Service Learning in LS 377 Information Services and Dissemination for Special Groups, Division of Library Science, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University

  • ปราณี อัศวภูษิตกุล Division of Library Science, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University
Keywords: Service Learning, Information Services and Dissemination for Special Groups

Abstract

Service Learning in LS 377 Information Services and Dissemination for Special Groups, Division of Library Science, Faculty of Arts, Thammasat University, is an instruction model, in which students, lecturers, people in the community and stakeholders who related to social responsibility are incorporated for making contributions to the community. This will help students adopt goal-oriented learning, develop skills related to information services before undertaking a project, during the project and after the project is done. Furthermore, the students will learn management skills, leadership skills, followship skills, thoughtfulness and not ignoring the problems in the community, ethical interpolation through the learning process with the support from the lecturer.

References

Student Affair Division, Thammasat University. (2018). Service Learning Topic. Retrieved January 28, 2019 from URL: http://sa.tu.ac.th/index.php/th/service-learning.html

Library and Information Science, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University. (2018). Library and Information Science Course Description Retrieved 2019 January 1. URL: http://www.tulibraryscience.com/ClassNoteLayoutInUsed.html

ProTon Europe Innovation from Public Research. (2017). Good, Best Practice. Retrieved 2019 February 1. URL: http://www.protoneurope.org/
Published
2019-06-19
How to Cite
อัศวภูษิตกุลป. (2019). Best Practices for Service Learning in LS 377 Information Services and Dissemination for Special Groups, Division of Library Science, Faculty of Liberal Arts, Thammasat University. TLA Bulletin (Thai Library Association), 63(1), 58-73. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tla_bulletin/article/view/177934
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Academic Articles