Researcher Unbound and National University of Singapore (NUS) Libraries' Evolving Role in Supporting University Research: Going Beyond Service

Fang Chiong (Patrick) Pu (National University of Singapore, Singapore), Su Yian Kho (National University of Singapore, Singapore), Ke Khoon Low (National University of Singapore, Singapore) and Amy Chou (National University of Singapore, Singapore)
Copyright: © 2021 |Pages: 246
EISBN13: 9781799871484|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-4546-1.ch010
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Abstract

As a discipline-neutral entity, knowledge exchange, and nexus of the university, the National University of Singapore (NUS) Libraries is the ideal conduit for bringing together faculties and departments to facilitate cross-disciplinary education and research. This case study gives a detailed walkthrough on the creation and design of the Research Skills Framework (RSF), which forms the backbone for all information literacy programmes (ILPs), specifically the flagship Researcher Unbound (RU) programme and RU Symposium, and shares challenges faced and future improvement plans. The exploration, design, and continual improvement of the programme ensured that NUS Libraries provides relevant and timely research support and enhances the digital information literacy skills of the NUS community. This programme continues to be a work in progress drawn from participants' feedback, attendance, experience, and insights from seven semestral runs and cumulative total of 172 workshop sessions.
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