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  • http://hdl.handle.net/10402/era.23744
  • Assessment of the Research Learning Needs of University of Saskatchewan Librarians: A Case Study
  • Alvin M Schrader
    Ali Shiri
    Vicki Williamson
  • academic librarians
    Canadian research libraries
    academic librarianship
    academic libraries
    University of Saskatchewan Library
    research in academic libraries
  • 2011/05/14
  • Journal Article (Draft-Submitted)
  • English
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  • As academic librarians with faculty status increasingly embrace research engagement as a core value and requirement, one of the little studied questions is the extent to which they possess the requisite knowledge and skills to conduct high quality research and scholarship, and what further learning needs they might have within the organizational setting. This paper summarizes an institutional case study of the research knowledge of academic librarians employed at the University of Saskatchewan, encompassing their current research interests, experiences, competencies, environmental context, and learning needs. The goal was to develop a framework for additional educational activities and institutional supports that would enhance their knowledge and skills.