Combo Platter: Collaborating Across Campus and with Different Institutions
Historically, information literacy has depended on collaborations between librarians and resident faculty in specific disciplines, but new models are needed to accommodate multidisciplinary research and multi-institutional degree programs. This session describes how one model evolved to support the research needs of graduate students enrolled in the International Programme in Addiction Studies offered simultaneously by three universities on three continents: the University of Adelaide, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Kings College, London. The presenters will discuss opportunities and challenges posed by collaborating across campuses, disciplines, institutions, and time zones, and conclude by considering the potential of this model for future collaborations.
Brady, Kimberly and Bryant, Nita, "Collaborating across Campuses and Continents: Welcome to the Future!" (2014). LOEX Conference Proceedings 2012. 19.