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This poster presents a follow-up study of the Library instruction reflective portfolio project. This project takes a department-wide, collaborative approach to track programmatic learning outcomes, share active learning techniques, and manage teaching resources in order to transform our teaching practices. After two years of pilot implementation, the library’s teaching and learning team learned that the portfolio project is a way to enhance knowledge management and program continuity as well as a method for documenting ongoing reflection and formative assessment. The individual teaching portfolios are also linked to a map of learning outcomes and a bank of teaching exercises that correlate with the outcomes. Our team is also using the portfolios as documentation aids in our newly developing peer coaching model.
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