Librarians are playing numerous roles within problem-based learning curricula. While many of these roles are described in the literature, there is no framework to describe and organize these roles. This paper proposes such a framework. It arranges librarian roles according to level of curricular involvement and includes the following levels: assistance at the reference desk, instruction at the reference desk, course-related instruction, resource management and utilization, consultation with faculty and students, and group facilitation.
Medicine--Study and teaching
Haworth Press, 2001; Taylor and Francis/Informa UK Limited
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Miller, J. M. (2001). A framework for the multiple roles of librarians in problem-based learning. Medical Reference Services Quarterly, 20(3), 23-30. doi:10.1300/J115v20n03_03
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