A Librarian and Biochemist’s Experience Building a Collaborative Partnership in the Classroom and Beyond

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A challenge for instruction librarians is building strong, collaborative partnerships with faculty who value your expertise as both a librarian and a faculty member. This article discusses how a request to “help with citations” evolved into scaffolded information literacy instruction that focuses on the shared value of open resources and led to a partnership providing more opportunities to support each other.

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2021-10-08

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Young, A. (2021). A Librarian and Biochemist’s Experience Building a Collaborative Partnership in the Classroom and Beyond. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, (98). https://doi.org/10.29173/istl2596

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