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Reading Report: Understanding Scholarly Discourse

posted Nov 27, 2013, 8:29 AM by Greg Smith   [ updated Dec 5, 2013, 9:16 PM ]
Librarians tend to think of scholarly articles and books as objects to be managed, retrieved, and cited, rather than as conversations. This perception reflects a disconnect between librarians and teaching faculty, and can hinder librarians’ effectiveness in teaching students to use the scholarly literature effectively.

Fister, B. (2013, November 26). From things to conversations. Inside Higher Ed. Retrieved from