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Enriching caring pedagogy through faculty-librarian partnerships
(International Journal for Human Caring, 2015)
Nursing faculty at Notre Dame of Maryland University and librarians at Loyola/Notre Dame Library have partnered to strengthen the caring science curriculum through the incorporation of information literacy instruction in ...
Use of special collections as an opportunity for outreach in the academic library.
(Taylor & Francis, 2012)
Academic special collections librarians have made great strides in making their collections discoverable and accessible to a wide audience. This article examines use of special collections departments and the many kinds ...
Research data management services in academic research libraries and perceptions of librarians
The emergence of data intensive science and the establishment of data management mandates have motivated academic libraries to develop research data services (RDS) for their faculty and students. Here the results of two ...
Research practices of public health faculty scholars at UIC
This report presents the results of a study conducted at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) as one of a parallel suite of studies coordinated by Ithaka S+R, a not-for-profit research organization providing guidance ...