The Research Lab as Satellite Library
Keywords:satellite campus, research lab, science librarianship, outreach, instruction
It is challenging to identify the needs of researchers and students at any satellite campus, a situation that is exacerbated when the satellite library is a research laboratory. The users are not taking classes, but still have library support needs. This article discusses the difficulties in properly identifying a population of students at this type of institution, as well as the associated challenges that come with developing a series of library workshops for different groups of users.
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