A case study of effective collaboration

This article just came out in the New Review of Academic Librarianship. (Subscription is required.) It has a focus on librarianship in the UK.

Enhancing the Student Experience Through Effective Collaboration: A Case Study

Reflecting a move to more significantly include librarians in educational collaboration (Schulte and Sherwill-Navarro 2009), this paper provides insight into the development of an innovative health curriculum in which academic staff, together with library staff, have engaged in successful collaborative working on a range of health and social care professional programs.

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