Brooks College Integrative Learning and Advising

LIB 100/201 Approval Form for Co-Curricular Designation

Thank you for your interest in having your event approved for LIB 100 and/or LIB 201. There are two classes you can receive approval for. Program Proposals must be submitted at least 10 business days prior to the proposed program. Program Evaluations must be submitted 10 business days after the program has been completed.

Please note: When submitting your evaluations, you may use the Student Services evaluation form if you are part of that division. If not, you must use the form provided by the Office of Integrative Learning and Advising (this will be provided on the last page of this form).

Before you fill out the submission form, please note the goals for each class. The goals of your program should align with the goals of the class. On the upcoming pages, you will need to indicate which goal(s) your event meets specifically.

LIB 100 Goals

  1. Knowledge of Human Cultures and the Physical and Natural World: focused by engagement with big questions relating to math, science, social sciences, humanities, history, languages, and arts. (Ethical Reasoning)
  2. Intellectual and Practical Skills: includes critical and creative thinking, skills for lifelong learning, opportunities for expanded knowledge, explanation of issues which are larger than ourselves. (Critical Thinking)
  3. Personal and Social Responsibility: civic knowledge and engagement both local and global, intercultural knowledge and competence, ethical reasoning. (Civic Engagement)
  4. Integrative Learning: compares life experience with academic knowledge, connects examples and uses facts/theories from more than one field of study. (Interdisciplinary Approach)
LIB 201 Goals

  1. Location of Self: Reflect on one's own identity and identify one's position relative to the world
  2. Awareness and Knowledge of Communities and Identities Different from One's Own: Develop an awareness and knowledge of people, populations and identities that are different than one's own affinity groups and identity. (Intercultural)
  3. Knowledge and Examination of Structures and Systems that Impact Diverse Populations: Develop knowledge and examine the historical, political, social and economic structures that impact diverse populations. Examine the dynamic nature and synergies of these structures.
  4. Application and Integration of New Knowledge: Reexamine one's role in society though active engagement of structures and systems. With the new knowledge that the course brings, how has one's identity changed?