Join us on Friday, April 15 for the inaugural CUA Research Day!
What do all the CUA Research Day presenters and poster participants have in common? They started with a question and they did research!
The recently published Ithaka S+R US Faculty Survey 2015 findings include that while the discovery process has many access points, faculty still rely heavily on the library web site and catalog; faculty need more information about data management and repositories; monographs are favored over ebooks; and traditional scholarly outputs – journal articles and books – still reign supreme.
The most important finding for libraries may be:
Interest in supporting students and their competencies and learning outcomes shows signs of surging. Since the previous cycle of the survey, there has been an increase in the share of faculty members who believe that their undergraduate students have poor research skills and a substantial increase in the perceived importance of the role of the library in helping undergraduate students develop research, critical analysis, and information literacy skills.
We will see you Friday, April 15 at CUA Research Day! Look for these poster presentations from the library:
Comparing Religious Studies and Theology Faculty Citations and Library Holdings, 2002-2012: an Update
Digital Toolkit: Essentials for the Researcher of Today and Tomorrow: What we can learn from #HamiltonMusical!
— Kimberly Hoffman