Anticipating Library Use by Business Students: The Uses of a Syllabus Study
In an effort to know how much research and library use was expected of students by business faculty, the author undertook a syllabus study of courses in the business curriculum. Business syllabi were found to include a higher level of research than was expected, and analysis of courses aided in development of strategies for opening discussions with faculty and for assisting students. This method is recommended for librarians seeking familiarity with curricula.
|Work Title||Anticipating Library Use by Business Students: The Uses of a Syllabus Study|
|Creators||Dewald, Nancy Hodge|
|Keyword||business students; syllabus study; business curriculum; business faculty|
|License||Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)|
|Publisher Identifier (DOI)||doi:10.1016/j.resstr.2003.09.003|
|Geographic Area||Pennsylvania State University Berks Campus, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Source||Dewald, N. H. "Anticipating Library Use by Business Students: The Uses of a Syllabus Study." Research Strategies 19 (1): 33-45 (2003). doi:10.1016/j.resstr.2003.09.003|
|Deposited||June 28, 2017 11:28|
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