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C304 – Research Processes

Wednesday, April 9, 2014
2:30 PM – 3:30 PM
, Marketing Manager - Social Media, ProQuest
, Information Services Librarian, Pepperdine University
, Librarian for Instructional Design, Outreach and Training, Libraries, Pepperdine University
, Information Services Librarian,, Pepperdine University

This session presents the results and recommendations of two studies that examined students’ research and learning processes. ProQuest researched how students use social media to collaborate with each other when conducting their research and how they engage—or don’t—with the library. Pepperdine librarians used journey mapping and a simple software solution to examine distance students’ experiences. Both of the approaches used for these research projects are intriguing and the findings are priceless.

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