Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship
Academic libraries, Information literacy
As future professionals, graduate students must be information literate; however, information literacy instruction of graduate students is often neglected. To address this need, we created literature review workshops to serve graduate students from a wide range of subject disciplines at a point of shared need. Not only did this strategy prove to be successful in reaching a large number of students from a wide range of subject disciplines, the data gathered from the students identified some of the gaps graduate students have in their knowledge about library services.
Rempel, H. and Davidson, J. (2008). Providing Information Literacy Instruction to Graduate Students through Literature Review Workshops. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, no. 53.