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Delivered at American Chemical Society, Fall Meeting, CINF Division of Chemical Information, Chemistry Librarians of the Future, Cosponsored by CHED, Boston, Tuesday, August, 21, 2018.
Librarian consultations with research groups, flipped classroom exercises, active learning, and Just-In-Time instruction sessions are increasing at public and private doctoral granting universities at a time when many library staffs are shrinking. As the needs and points of contact with graduate students evolve it will be critical for the depth of knowledge and resources of chemistry librarians to be understood and shared both in-person and on-demand online. This presentation will outline the strategies used to meet the evolving needs of chemistry graduate students as they move from pre-research group selection into established research groups.