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Understanding Undergraduate Engineering Student Information Access and Needs: Results from a Scoping Review
(American Society for Engineering Education, 2019-06-16)
To the authors knowledge this is the first review to examine the current body of research on how engineering students access, use, and understand information; identify gaps in the literature, and how this can be used to ...
Fighting Impostor Syndrome: How Librarians Are Bridging the Gap Between the Humanities and the Sciences
While many librarians possess undergraduate degrees in the humanities, increasingly, there are excellent job prospects emerging in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. New graduates and librarians who ...
Exploring the role of teams and technology in patients' medication decision making
We know little about how electronic health records (EHRs) should be designed to help patients, pharmacists, and physicians participate in interprofessional shared decision making. We used a qualitative approach to understand ...
How Two Librarians Became Co-instructors For a First Year Course
In Spring 2014, two librarians co-instructed an undergraduate Pharmacy course at the University of Waterloo. Providing students with the skills to access medical/drug information, this course gave students the skills to ...