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A Library Research Course for Graduate and Professional Students in Communication Sciences and Disorders
Public Services Quarterly (2008)
  • Sylvia Tag, Western Washington University
Abstract
This article describes the formation and content of a required library and information research course for graduate and professional students enrolled in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Master of Arts degree program at Western Washington University. The course was created as a result of library assessment, student feedback, and faculty observations. In place since 2003, the curriculum continues to evolve and is sustained through the collaborative efforts of the library and the department faculty.
Keywords
  • Academic libraries,
  • instruction,
  • graduate services,
  • communication sciences and disorders,
  • collaboration
Publication Date
2008
DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15228950802110494
Publisher Statement
Taylor & Francis Group
Citation Information
Sylvia Tag. "A Library Research Course for Graduate and Professional Students in Communication Sciences and Disorders" Public Services Quarterly Vol. 3 Iss. 3/4 (2008) p. 115 - 139
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/sylvia-tag/6/