How can the librarys servicesand programs contribute toSTEM student success?Adam Oster
Academic Faculty Get to know the academic  institution’s faculty  members Attend meetings/events Hold “Office Hours” E...
Information Competencies What information literacy  skills do students need to  learn? Collaborate with faculty to  dete...
Strategic Instruction Plan Determine what classes  you are teaching to Specifically define who  should be taught what E...
Information Economy Where does the library’s  information come from? What students should  know:       Who produces the...
Cited Reference Searching Determine approximately  how many times an author  or a specific publication  has been cited in...
Cited Reference Searching p. 2
Cited Reference Searching p. 3 Web of Knowledge
Cited Reference Searching p. 4            Leaves:            Publications citing            the found article            T...
Online Presence Library’s website Promote and market online  resources Develop tutorials for those  resources Utilize ...
Collection Weeding  STEM subject fields are   constantly changing  Keep STEM collections up   to date – remove what is  ...
“Library as place” Destination of choice   Home, work, library   Home, class, library Information Commons   Gathering...
Who’s doing what? Find out what programs  and strategies are being  used by other institutions How:   Institutional web...
Questions and CommentsPowerPoint can be found on:www.adamoster.wordpress.com
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  1. 1. How can the librarys servicesand programs contribute toSTEM student success?Adam Oster
  2. 2. Academic Faculty Get to know the academic institution’s faculty members Attend meetings/events Hold “Office Hours” Encourage faculty to refer students to you
  3. 3. Information Competencies What information literacy skills do students need to learn? Collaborate with faculty to determine how the library can support each department’s curriculum Example:  SLA Chemistry
  4. 4. Strategic Instruction Plan Determine what classes you are teaching to Specifically define who should be taught what Eliminate duplicate sessions Develop “Learning Outcomes”  Example: Ohio University
  5. 5. Information Economy Where does the library’s information come from? What students should know:  Who produces the information?  Who controls the information?  What does it cost?  What version and/or format does it come in?Information Rules: A Strategic Guide to theNetwork Economy - Carl Shapiro, Hal R.Varian
  6. 6. Cited Reference Searching Determine approximately how many times an author or a specific publication has been cited in other published works. Example:  Harter, S. P., & Nisonger, T. E. (1993). Semantic relationships between cited and citing articles in library and information science journals. Journal Of The American Society For Information Science, 44(9), 543-552.
  7. 7. Cited Reference Searching p. 2
  8. 8. Cited Reference Searching p. 3 Web of Knowledge
  9. 9. Cited Reference Searching p. 4 Leaves: Publications citing the found article Trunk: Article found Roots: Publications cited by the article
  10. 10. Online Presence Library’s website Promote and market online resources Develop tutorials for those resources Utilize social networking tools Constantly evaluate what is and is not working
  11. 11. Collection Weeding  STEM subject fields are constantly changing  Keep STEM collections up to date – remove what is no longer relevant  “Patron-Driven Acquisitions”  Tracking usage of eBook collectionshttp://works.bepress.com/doug_way/
  12. 12. “Library as place” Destination of choice  Home, work, library  Home, class, library Information Commons  Gathering point  Center for collaboration  Technology hub “Offer lively programming to stimulate thought and creativity”
  13. 13. Who’s doing what? Find out what programs and strategies are being used by other institutions How:  Institutional websites  Listservs  Join an organizational workgroup and/or roundtable  Publications  Conferences  Word of mouth!
  14. 14. Questions and CommentsPowerPoint can be found on:www.adamoster.wordpress.com

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