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Thursday, June 16 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Looking at the “Research Needs of Religious Studies Scholars”- Preliminary Findings from Interviews with Luther Seminary Faculty

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At the beginning of 2016 librarians from Luther Seminary participated in a qualitative research methods training workshop for Ithaka S+R. Following this training we interviewed a majority of Luther Faculty in order to investigate the research needs of our Seminary’s theological studies scholars. This project is part of a larger series by Ithaka S+R that has been developed to assess the research practices of scholars by discipline. They have been collaborating with libraries and scholarly societies to undertake these studies. The final report on the “Research Needs of Religious Studies Scholars”- will include findings from 18 institutions and will be published by Ithaka S+R in Dec. 2016.
In this poster session we will share findings from our local study. What did we find of interest? Were there any consistent patterns that made an impression? What were some of the biggest takeaways that we found? What does this make us think about our jobs as theological librarians?

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avatar for Trisha Burr

Trisha Burr

Luther Seminary Library
avatar for Andrew Keck

Andrew Keck

Director of Library Services, Luther Seminary


Thursday June 16, 2016 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Regency Foyer and Regency Ballroom

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