Over 200 library research support services have been brought together from across the world: USA, Australia, New Zealand, China and Europe to help academic libraries improve their research support service offer.
Concrete examples have been drawn from over 50 academic libraries including the universities of ANU, Harvard, MIT, CDL, Manchester, Delft and Warwick.
For a snapshot of this research, view it here.
Results can be acquired in the form of mindmaps, a quickscan, presentation or by other means.
You may decide to acquire the complete results or rather decide to purchase just those that relate to a service area you are interested in further developing, i.e.:
1) Facilitating access to knowledge
2) Developing the researcher’s skill set including information literacy
3) Providing facilities for collaboration
4) Increasing international visibility, incl. scholarly communication, bibliometrics and impact management
5) Archiving and preserving research, incl. management information
6) Supplying a technical infrastructure
7) Providing funding & project support
8) Keeping up-to-date.
If you are interested in getting access to more of these results to help you build your research support service offer, please contact Vanessa Proudman.