Melissa Vetter: orcid.org/0000-0001-9781-3056
Graduate student library needs often differ from those of undergraduates and faculty. Focus groups at three separate institutions seek to better understand the needs of a user population whose demands are often great, but whose voices are not always heard. Presenters will highlight commonalities and differences in the findings, identify opportunities for libraries to better serve this population and suggest methods for taking what is learned about graduate student needs and translating them into action.
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Library and Information Science
assessment, graduate students, library services, outreach
Vetter, Melissa; Baillargeon, Tara; Beard, Regina; and Berge, Pat, "The Forgotten Population: Using Assessment to Uncover the Library Needs of Graduate Students" (2013). University Libraries Presentations. 8.