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Supporting students and researchers is a key goal for both academic faculty members and librarians. There are many ways that faculty members and librarians work together to achieve that goal. This ThingLink explains the benefit of collaboration alongside some key resources you may find interesting.
We've conducted surveys to measure concern about course material costs and whether faculty work with campus libraries to incorporate digital resources in their classrooms. Here is our guide to help you better navigate your relationship with your librarian.
We've created this report to help develop your understanding of Open Access and guide you through the tricky questions that can arise when deciding how best to publish your work.
Finding the right balance between teaching and research is an important part of being an academic and faculty member. This snapshot will take you through some top tips to help you succeed in finding balance.
Do you struggle with balancing your teaching and research? We surveyed over 80 members of faculty and have produced an infographic based on their handy top tips!
While conducting research is hard, there are some ways to narrow your focus and make getting started easier. We've rounded up these simple tips from Doing Academic Research.
We have taken insights from our global editorial team across Routledge and CRC Press to develop guidance on how to prepare a successful book proposal.
This downloadable infographic will remind students and staff alike of the value the library can bring!