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Strategies for Staying Sane While Providing Research Support and Instruction in High Enrollment or Research-Intensive Programs
Managing the duties of an academic liaison librarian can be a challenge, especially when the liaison departments have high student enrollments. Two librarians from separate comprehensive Michigan universities assigned to ...
Academic librarians’ teaching identities and work experiences: Exploring relationships to support perspective transformation in information literacy instruction
Academic library leaders have a vested interest in quality library instruction, but strategies to ensure this happens can vary across environments. In this study, the author analyzed data collected using King’s Learning ...
Instructional modalities and perspective transformation: How academic librarians’ experiences in blended/hybrid, and online instruction influence their teaching identities
As librarians’ instructional responsibilities diversify, it is useful to consider what factors influence how they see themselves as educators. In this research, the author used a survey instrument grounded in transformative ...
Faculty knowledge and attitudes regarding predatory open access journals: a needs assessment study
Objective: The purpose of predatory open access (OA) journals is primarily to make a profit rather than to disseminate quality, peer-reviewed research. Publishing in these journals could negatively impact faculty reputation, ...