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Academic library services for graduate students : supporting future academics and professionals / Carrie Forbes and Peggy Keeran, editors. [print]

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: Santa Barbara, California : Libraries Unlimited, an imprint of ABC-CLIO, LLC, (c)2020.Description: xvii, 274 pages : illustrations ; 24 cmISBN:
  • 9781440869532
  • 1440869537
Subject(s): Genre/Form: LOC classification:
  • Z711.92.F673.A233 2020
Contents:
Part One. Supporting Graduate Students as Students From Foundational Research Skills to Co-Curricular Programming -- Thesis research 101: cultivating relationships with graduate student scholars beyond course-based instruction / Steve Brantley, Ellen K. Corrigan, and Kirstin I. Duffin -- Sustaining graduate information literacy instruction: a case study of best practices / Lisa Becksford, Kyrille DeBose, Edward F. Lener, Virginia Pannabecker, and Kodi Saylor -- Here when you need me: supporting doctoral nursing students / Jennifer Rosenstein -- Capitalizing on connections: developing holistic co-curricular graduate programming / Tarida Anantachai and Emily K. Hart
Part Two. Preparing Future Academics: Professional Expectations of the Academy -- Beyond disciplines: training students for 21st-century research / Will Shaw, Liz Milewicz, Heidi Madden, and Greta Boers -- The research commons: transforming the graduate experience through interdisciplinary programming and collaboration / Heather De Forest, Rebecca Dowson, Alison J. Moore, and Nicole White -- The nuts and bolts of scholarly publishing: guiding graduate student authors through the journal publication process / Julia Hon and Rochelle Lundy -- Librarians in dissertation deposit: infusing an institutional ritual with scholarly communication instruction / Roxanne Shirazi and Jill Cirasella
Part Three. Focusing on Future Professionals: Professional Expectations of the "Real World" -- Finding and evaluating the evidence: collaborating with future social work practitioners and scholars on systematic reviews / Jennifer Bowers -- Empowering graduate students as distance learners: access, relevance, and success / Yi Ding and Melissa A. Rassibi -- Supporting the whole person: structuring graduate student work to be meaningful and empowering / Bridget Farrell -- Digital badge programs: unifying graduate student learning across campus / Victor Baeza and Cinthya Ippoliti
Part Four. Rethinking Library Spaces for Graduate Populations: Collaborative Design for Academic and Affective Needs -- The grad commons and the scholars' commons: reimagining collaborative learning spaces and services for graduate students / Angela Courtney and Michael Courtney -- Supporting graduate student success: social networking and family spaces / Marie Paiva and Lis Pankl -- The library as client: immersive professional experiences in the library / Kristen Elizabeth Cardoso.
Summary: "Providing practical and theoretical chapters on academic library services for graduate students, this volume helps information professionals support this often-overlooked campus population to address their multiple roles and identities as students and as future faculty members or professionals"--
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Includes bibliographies and index.

Part One. Supporting Graduate Students as Students From Foundational Research Skills to Co-Curricular Programming -- Thesis research 101: cultivating relationships with graduate student scholars beyond course-based instruction / Steve Brantley, Ellen K. Corrigan, and Kirstin I. Duffin -- Sustaining graduate information literacy instruction: a case study of best practices / Lisa Becksford, Kyrille DeBose, Edward F. Lener, Virginia Pannabecker, and Kodi Saylor -- Here when you need me: supporting doctoral nursing students / Jennifer Rosenstein -- Capitalizing on connections: developing holistic co-curricular graduate programming / Tarida Anantachai and Emily K. Hart

Part Two. Preparing Future Academics: Professional Expectations of the Academy -- Beyond disciplines: training students for 21st-century research / Will Shaw, Liz Milewicz, Heidi Madden, and Greta Boers -- The research commons: transforming the graduate experience through interdisciplinary programming and collaboration / Heather De Forest, Rebecca Dowson, Alison J. Moore, and Nicole White -- The nuts and bolts of scholarly publishing: guiding graduate student authors through the journal publication process / Julia Hon and Rochelle Lundy -- Librarians in dissertation deposit: infusing an institutional ritual with scholarly communication instruction / Roxanne Shirazi and Jill Cirasella

Part Three. Focusing on Future Professionals: Professional Expectations of the "Real World" -- Finding and evaluating the evidence: collaborating with future social work practitioners and scholars on systematic reviews / Jennifer Bowers -- Empowering graduate students as distance learners: access, relevance, and success / Yi Ding and Melissa A. Rassibi -- Supporting the whole person: structuring graduate student work to be meaningful and empowering / Bridget Farrell -- Digital badge programs: unifying graduate student learning across campus / Victor Baeza and Cinthya Ippoliti

Part Four. Rethinking Library Spaces for Graduate Populations: Collaborative Design for Academic and Affective Needs -- The grad commons and the scholars' commons: reimagining collaborative learning spaces and services for graduate students / Angela Courtney and Michael Courtney -- Supporting graduate student success: social networking and family spaces / Marie Paiva and Lis Pankl -- The library as client: immersive professional experiences in the library / Kristen Elizabeth Cardoso.

"Providing practical and theoretical chapters on academic library services for graduate students, this volume helps information professionals support this often-overlooked campus population to address their multiple roles and identities as students and as future faculty members or professionals"--

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