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Author (up) Vaughan, K.T.L.; Hayes, Barrie E.; Lerner, Rachel C.; McElfresh, Karen R.; Pavlech, Laura; Romito, David; Reeves, Laurie H.; Morris, Erin N. url  doi
  Title Development of the research lifecycle model for library services Type Journal Article
  Year 2013 Publication Journal of the Medical Library Association : JMLA Abbreviated Journal J Med Libr Assoc  
  Volume 101 Issue 4 Pages 310-314  
  Subjects Research; Libraries  
  Misc. Notes QUESTION: Can the niche services of individual librarians across multiple libraries be developed into a suite of standard services available to all scientists that support the entire research lifecycle?
SETTING: Services at a large, research-intensive state university campus are described.
METHOD: Initial data were collected via concept mapping by librarians. Additional data were collected at conferences and meetings through interactive poster presentations.
MAIN RESULTS: Services of interest to scientists for each of the stages in the research lifecycle were developed by the team to reflect the wide range of strengths of team members in aggregate.
CONCLUSION: Input from researchers was the most effective tool for developing the model. A flexible research lifecycle model can be developed to match the needs of different service groups and the skills of different librarians.
  Institution Affiliation Thesis  
  Publisher Medical Library Association Place of Publication 65 East Wacker Place, Suite 1900, Chicago, IL 60601-7246 Editor  
  Language English Animal Type Translated Title  
  Series Editor Series Title Abbreviated Series Title  
  Series Volume Series Issue Library Type Academic  
  ISSN 1558-9439 ISBN Document Content Type  
  Geographic Area Database Name Database Provider PubMed  
  Notes 24163603 Animal Health Librarian Author? no  
  Call Number WSU @ ahlll @ Serial 1673  
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