Reflection and Direction from Gleeson|Geschke's Program Review

Written by Erika Johnson and Shawn Calhoun, Associate Deans of Gleeson Library|Geschke Center. The Gleeson Library | Geschke Center staff completed our most recent program review in 2017. From that process, we not only gained important insights into our educational project and how it best fits into USF’s larger educational mission, we also experienced firsthand how … Continue reading Reflection and Direction from Gleeson|Geschke's Program Review

Additional Funding for the Open Education Resource Initiative!

Apply for the next round of open education resources grants to make your courses more affordable and accessible! Open education is a movement to address the rising costs of textbooks, which directly impacts student learning. Gleeson Library has budgeted approximately $8,000 annually for scholarly communications and this project will use a subset of that total, … Continue reading Additional Funding for the Open Education Resource Initiative!

Top 10 Downloaded Articles from the Scholarship Repository

Gleeson’s Scholarship Repository collects, preserves, and provides access to the scholarly output of the University of San Francisco. Here are the top ten downloaded articles of all time: Factors that Affect the Reading Comprehension of Secondary Students with Disabilities Karen L. Sanford Improving Staff Responsiveness to Patient-Initiated Call Lights Doshia B. Williams IMPROVING BEDSIDE SHIFT-TO-SHIFT … Continue reading Top 10 Downloaded Articles from the Scholarship Repository

Thanks giving

Many of us celebrate Thanksgiving as a time to gather with family and friends, have a feast, and practice gratitude or a little football. For some, though, Thanksgiving is a painful reminder of how Native Americans’ land and their very lives have been under assault for hundreds of years. The indigenous history of “the first … Continue reading Thanks giving