The collaborative book review as an opportunity for undergraduate research skill development

  title={The collaborative book review as an opportunity for undergraduate research skill development},
  author={Nicholas J. Rowland and Jeff Knapp and Hailley M. Fargo},
  journal={Higher Education Research \& Development},
  pages={577 - 590}
ABSTRACT In this article, the authors, based on a process developed in the context of US higher education, demonstrate a model for undergraduate student research skill development that involves academic staff writing collaborative book reviews with undergraduate students and librarians, especially librarians that are also academic staff with relevant content expertise. This model can and should be modified to fit various disciplinary contexts and academic circumstances, potentially around the… 
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