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Interaction and knowledge exchange among academic business librarians in Ontario
Academic business librarians specialize in the provision of library services to business faculty and students but often assume these roles without an educational background in Business or a familiarity with business ...
Bridging the business data divide: insights into primary and secondary data use by business researchers
(International Association for Social Science Information Services & Technology, 2015-09)
Academic librarians and data specialists use a variety of approaches to gain insight into how researcher data needs and practices vary by discipline, including surveys, focus groups, and interviews. Some published studies ...
Visualize your doppelgänger: using information graphics to benchmark AACSB-accredited business schools.
(Special Libraries Association, 2013-06-10)
A poster presented at the 2013 SLA Annual Conference, Business & Finance Division poster session, June 10, 2013 in San Diego, CA.
Revolution or evolution? Lessons learned from a business syllabus study.
(Special Libraries Association, Business & Finance Division, 2015-06-16)
Although the business school student population at Brock University was growing, requests for traditional in-class information literacy instruction (ILI) sessions were declining as faculty made room in the curriculum for ...
Accounting students and information competence: evidence from course syllabi and professional accounting association competency maps.
(Special Libraries Association, 2009-06-15)
As Brock University’s business liaison librarian, I have had some success integrating information literacy in the business administration curriculum. However, there have been very few requests for instruction in undergraduate ...