Dietetic educators concur that use of professional journals in the undergraduate curriculum promotes student reading skills, exposes students to current research, enhances computer skills and prepares dietetic students for the real world environment. Those of us in educational institutions are continually asked to review our university library holdings; prioritizing on the basis of department selections, cost, rate of inflation, use by faculty and students and availability through interlibrary loans and other document retrieval procedures. No doubt, those in industry and clinical and private practice are also watching their budgets and are asked to review expenses for professional publications.
Academic libraries; Collection development (Libraries); Dietetics; Scholarly periodicals
Collection Development and Management | Communication Technology and New Media | Curriculum and Instruction | Library and Information Science | Other Education
Use Find in Your Library, contact the author, or use interlibrary loan to garner a copy of the article. Publisher copyright policy allows author to archive post-print (author’s final manuscript). When post-print is available or publisher policy changes, the article will be deposited.
Stowers, E., Meacham, S., & Johnson, L. (2002). Journal selections: Let’s support our students’ futures. Pakistan Journal of Nutrition, 1(1), 67-68.
Johnson, L. J.,
Meacham, S. L.
Journal selections: Let’s support our students’ futures.
Pakistan Journal of Nutrition, 1(1),