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Presentation
Getting into the Workflow: Graduate Support Workshops
Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians Annual Conference (2010)
  • Steven Baumgart
  • Rebecca Payne
  • Anne E. Rauh
  • Lisa Saywell
Abstract
How 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.
Keywords
  • workshops,
  • library workshops,
  • graduate students,
  • graduate student support
Publication Date
April, 2010
Citation Information
Steven 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/