Providing effective library services for research / Jo Webb, Pat Gannon-Leary and Moira Bent.

Libraries are one of the most important stops in the research process -- and with the right collections and services, librarians can give researchers a serious advantage. This practical manual explains how libraries can better support study and scholarship by understanding the information seeking be...

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Main Author: Webb, Jo.
Other Authors: Gannon-Leary, Pat., Bent, Moira.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: London : Facet, 2007.
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Summary:Libraries are one of the most important stops in the research process -- and with the right collections and services, librarians can give researchers a serious advantage. This practical manual explains how libraries can better support study and scholarship by understanding the information seeking behaviors of scholars and current issues in academia. Chapters explore unique considerations for collection development, creation of toolkits, and information literacy instruction in support of this special group of users. Whether serving undergraduate and graduate students, doctoral candidates, professors, visiting scholars, or writers, librarians will benefit from this practical guidance.
Physical Description:xvii, 278 pages ; 24 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (pages 225-262), webography (p. 263-269) and index.
ISBN:9781856045896
1856045897