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Providing Innovative Library Services to STEM Graduate Students

Jeong, Sarah

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While there is abundant discussion in library literature on the information literacy needs of undergraduates, particularly incoming freshmen, fewer librarians have focused on the needs and skills of graduate students, perhaps due to the simple fact that the undergraduate population is much larger than that of graduate students. However, several changes in the educational landscape are driving the need for more comprehensive services for graduate students. ... This chapter will cover the academic landscape navigated by STEM graduate students, along with proposing a robust suite of services to graduate students that embed librarians and the library throughout their research life cycle.
subject
library services
graduate students
STEM librarianship
contributor
Grigg, Karen Stanley (author)
Jeong, Sarah (author)
Exner, Nina (author)
date
2018-10-17T18:33:11Z (accessioned)
2018-10-17T18:33:11Z (available)
2018 (issued)
identifier
Grigg, K.S., Jeong, Sarah H., & Exner, N. (2018). Providing innovative library services to STEM graduate students. In C. Renfro & C. Stiles (Eds.), Transforming Libraries to Serve Graduate Students (pp. 139-154). Chicago: Association of College & Research Libraries (ACRL). (citation)
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/92719 (uri)
language
en_US (iso)
publisher
Association of College & Research Libraries
rights
This work is copyrighted by The Association of College and Research Libraries and distributed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International license (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0). Originally created by Karen Stanley Grigg, Sarah H. Jeong, and Nina Exner, and published in 2018. (license)
source
Transforming Libraries to Serve Graduate Students
title
Providing Innovative Library Services to STEM Graduate Students
type
Book chapter

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