Getting into the Workflow: Graduate Support WorkshopsWisconsin Association of Academic Librarians Annual Conference (2010)
AbstractHow can librarians engage with graduate student education and research? Often, graduate student orientations of academic departments include only introductory information about the library and are discipline-focused. To address a need for better library support for graduate students increasingly pursuing interdisciplinary research and study, the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries initiated a series of workshops designed to integrate into the workflow of graduate students. Presenters will discuss how the program evolved from a one-library pilot program into a coordinated series of workshops across multiple campus libraries. Details about workshop topics, structure, design, and promotion and series feedback and next steps will be shared.
- library workshops,
- graduate students,
- graduate student support
Publication DateApril, 2010
Citation InformationSteven Baumgart, Rebecca Payne, Anne E. Rauh and Lisa Saywell. "Getting into the Workflow: Graduate Support Workshops" Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians Annual Conference (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/anne_rauh/17/