Collaborating with Faculty to Assess Research Consultations for Graduate Students
Due to the time commitment on the part of the librarian to schedule, prepare, and execute effective research consultations, it is important to continue to evaluate how these consultations impact student learning. The purpose of this investigation was to assess graduate students' perceptions of their learning as a result of working individually with a librarian in a research consultation. A librarian and a member of the teaching faculty collaborated to embed required research consultations with the librarian in two graduate classes. Research journals and a focus group were used to assess the impact the consultations had on student learning.
Watts, J. C.,
Collaborating with Faculty to Assess Research Consultations for Graduate Students.
Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 34(2),