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Select survey results from academic librarians and professors on teaching and using pirate websites
I will share select survey results from professors and academic librarians on their use of pirate websites. With the never-ending rising cost of academic journal subscriptions, shrinking library budgets and a need for ...
Teaching Scientific Publishing Literacy as a Special Topics Course
In this lightning talk I will share my experience developing and teaching and one-credit special topics course for graduate environmental science students, exploring issues in scholarly, scientific publishing. The first ...
DIY Market Reports - STEM & Business Librarians Collaborate
When Altamirano worked at the Georgia Institute of Technology, she received questions about obtaining market reports about a STEM subject. Since these reports cost more than $2000.00, she had to tell the researchers that ...
Science People: Promoting Science Identity Development in Undergraduate Students
Science identity, or the ability to see one’s self as a scientist or “science person,” is a key indicator of academic trajectory and student success in STEM fields. The association between science identity and performance ...
Using Techsmith Capture videos to analyze a student’s information seeking behaviors
When teaching an information literacy credit-bearing course, it can be difficult to assess what students learn, retain, and apply when conducting research. In the LIB290: Information Literacy for Engineering course ...
Creating a STEM Collection to House Higher Risk Standard Textbooks
It can be challenging to add standard textbooks in science and engineering disciplines to the library collection since many are only available in print format. When these texts are placed in the circulating collection, ...