Thursday, March 11, 2004
One New Thing: Reference interviews will work much better when both parties know what is being discussed…
I’m sure I’m not the only librarian who begins a reference interview, then after a few false starts is handed an assignment outline as a way to try and better work out what the person is looking for. Problem is I personally have only studied a few disciplines, and even first year assignments in some things have concepts in them that are beyond my understanding, as well as being new to the students in question.
And I thought students in the health sciences were tricky with their questions about medical terms I just couldn’t spell!
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