Hutton, Sarah

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Head, Student Success & Engagement
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Sarah Hutton is the Head of Student Success & Engagement at the W. E. B. Bu Bois Library, and a doctoral candidate in the College of Education in the Educational Policy, Research, and Administration (EPRA) program at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Her department includes the Learning Commons to support undergraduate student learning and the Digital Media Lab for student multimedia project and digital scholarship creation. Sarah also closely collaborates with first-year programs, such as the Commonwealth Honors College and the Writing Program, working to integrate information, media and visual literacies into the curriculum. Her research interests include: open education (OER/OEP), highlighting marginalized voices in scholarship, informal learning spaces (physical and digital), student engagement, student retention, problem-based learning, makerspaces, and playful learning.

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  • Publication
    Session III: Lunch and Round Table Discussions
    (2011-10-20) Hutton, Sarah
    Session participants are provided the opportunity to share discussion with colleagues on current and future projects in film and digital media integration. Lunch provided.
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    A Cup of Mostly Crisco
    (2019-01-01) Hutton, Sarah C
    Literary inspiration: The Count of Monte Cristo
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    Partnering with Campus Recreation for Wellness Programs in the Library
    (2021-05-28) Hutton, Sarah C
    Whether encouraging social connections, focusing on reducing stress levels, or increasing energy (and therefore productivity), evidence of the positive effects of exercise during the workday is clear - but, how do you make it happen? This lightning talk will provide practical tools for establishing a partnership between the library and campus recreation to offer on-site, approachable fitness for all library staff during the working day.