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Friday, June 16 • 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Faculty as Researchers and Authors: Results from Ethnographic Studies at Asbury, Yale, Vanderbilt, and Luther

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As part of a broader Ithaka S+R project, “to study the research practices of scholars by discipline,” a number of libraries participated in “Looking at the Research Needs of Religious Studies Scholars.” Theological and Religious Studies faculty were solicited and interviewed, recordings were commercially transcribed and transcripts were coded by the investigating librarians. Results were analyzed in local reports as well as gathered in a national report published by Ithaka.

In this panel session, four libraries will share their unique context and findings from this ethnographic research. Together, panelists will speculate on the implications of the local and national analysis on library services specifically related to this group of scholars and the position of libraries within scholarly communication. There will be an opportunity for audience members to ask questions and share their experiences with faculty research practices.

Moderators
avatar for Andrew Keck

Andrew Keck

Director of Library Services, Luther Seminary

Speakers
avatar for Trisha Burr

Trisha Burr

Luther Seminary Library
avatar for Suzanne Estelle-Holmer

Suzanne Estelle-Holmer

Associate Director for Research, Collections, and Access, Yale Divinity Library
Writing for Theological Librarianship, research methods, social media, collection development
avatar for Bill Hook

Bill Hook

Director, Divinity Library, Vanderbilt University
DP

Dr. Paul Tippey

Executive Director, Library Instructional Services, Asbury Theological Seminary


Friday June 16, 2017 3:30pm - 4:20pm
Maplewood

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