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Information Skills for an Electronic World: Training Doctoral Research Students
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Journal of Information Science Volume 23, Number 3, ISSN 1352-7460

Abstract

Outlines needs and strategies for electronic research skills training as part of the supervision of doctoral students. Discusses the training role of academic librarians, the role and skill level of doctoral supervisors, and the special needs of doctoral students. Excerpts from stakeholder interviews are included. (AEF)

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Barry, C.A. (1997). Information Skills for an Electronic World: Training Doctoral Research Students. Journal of Information Science, 23(3), 225. Retrieved January 24, 2020 from .

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