Iris Project: Information Skills Provision: Mapping the information skills of Cambridge undergraduates and induction / training provision across the University
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Edwards-Waller, E. (2009). Iris Project: Information Skills Provision: Mapping the information skills of Cambridge undergraduates and induction / training provision across the University.
This report summarises the results of the IRIS Project: an eleven-week research exercise undertaken as part of the Arcadia Fellowship Programme. The IRIS Project aimed to map both the provision of library inductions and training for students at the University, and the information skills amongst undergraduate students. The report focuses on the data received from an online student survey and a series of focus groups. In total, 10.07% of the current student population at Cambridge University participated in the study. The provision of library inductions and training was largely measured through an e-mail questionnaire sent to 75 libraries within the University. Students participating in the study represented a wide range of subjects, colleges, ages and experiences.
information skills, training
The Arcadia Programme was generously funded by a grant from the Arcadia Fund. http://www.arcadiafund.org.uk
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