Libraries depend on a variety of resources to provide researchers and patrons with best-in-class services. Find out more about the resources that can help libraries serve the needs of their users.
In a recent webcast, LearningExpress and Library Journal brought together librarians from a variety of institutions to talk about success skills and library resources. The panel outlines six top success skills, the barriers to building those skills and how libraries can help support skill development.
Science does not simply begin with questions — science is an ongoing process that begins, persists and ends with questions. Learn how the Question Formulation Technique can help students develop the inquiry skills they need to succeed in college and career from guest blogger Andrew P. Minigan, the Education Project and Research Coordinator at the Right Question Institute.
Are you looking for new ways to engage with and support your mathematics researchers? American Mathematical Society (AMS), publisher of MathSciNet, presents a few readily accessible resources that you can use with your mathematics faculty and students to help them add new depth and dimension to their research.