Enhancing Library Collaboration with the Research Office and Faculty
Reprinted with permission from Library Journal.
Adopting a more integrated approach to higher-education research would bring many benefits to stakeholders involved in the research process. One of the biggest benefits for campus libraries is that breaking down the silos that often exist within research workflows would allow for closer collaboration between libraries, researchers, and the research office. By becoming a more effective partner in this process, libraries can demonstrate greater value to their university.
Today, the role of librarians in the research lifecycle can vary widely from one institution to another. Yet, library staff have a great deal of expertise that can provide value to this process, even as researchers themselves are turning to other sources when gathering information. Here are some key examples.
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