Butler University Libraries have successfully integrated peer teaching into first year courses by pairing trained student employees with librarians to provide information literacy instruction and research consultations. The presentation will include testimony from student employees who have been involved in instruction. These students will discuss how their experiences contributed to their professional growth and deepened their relationships with the librarians. This presentation will also cover the many benefits of this program, and conclude with practical advice to prepare student employees as they support library instruction efforts.
Starkel, Amanda and Williams, Teresa, "Partnering with Student Employees for First Year Instruction Success" (2018). Scholarship and Professional Work. 72.