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(2018-07-20)Many students have extracurricular interests they research outside of class. With the increasingly flexible rules of scholarly communication, students are becoming a part of the scholarly conversation without realizing it. ...
(2018-07-20)Subject librarians at the University of North Texas have partnered with the graduate school and teaching faculty to prepare STEM students for a major milestone in the graduate life cycle – writing the dissertation or ...
(2018-07-20)“Traditional” science courses are tricky. Classes lack library-based assignments; emphasis on course content makes teaching faculty members feel they cannot bring students to the library; and memorization can be the key ...
Conversations with Chemists Redux: Preliminary Results from an Interview-Based Study on the Information Needs and Habits of Chemistry Faculty (2018-07-20)In the spring of 2018 librarians at the University of Texas at Austin interviewed 15 chemistry PIs as part of a local replication of Ithaka S+R’s ongoing series of reports on how faculty in various disciplines gather, ...