Taylor University’s Zondervan Library developed a multifaceted approach of engagement with graduate students of the Master of Higher Education and Student Development program, utilizing a variety of venues and courses relating to advanced research and writing. Regular assessments provided feedback for improvement within the embedded program structure. A second component of this model involved an archival project, which facilitated student research with primary documents in the university archives. Overall, graduate student understanding and ownership of the research process increased, and teaching faculty noticed improvement in the quality of research-based assignments as well as the program’s thesis project.
Wilson, Lana J. and Chu, Ashley N.
"Navigating the Information Highway: A Multilayered Approach for First-Year Graduate Students,"
The Christian Librarian: Vol. 57
, Article 12.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgefox.edu/tcl/vol57/iss2/12