Research on Cooperation between the Academic Library and Research Team: Taking the Life & Medical Sciences Subject Team of Shanghai Jiao Tong University Library as an Example

CHEN, Qiaomei and ZHONG, Huihui and SHEN, Yaqi and CHEN, Yimei (2019) Research on Cooperation between the Academic Library and Research Team: Taking the Life & Medical Sciences Subject Team of Shanghai Jiao Tong University Library as an Example. Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2019 - Athens, Greece - Libraries: dialogue for change in Session 82 - Academic and Research Libraries & Health and Biosciences.

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Abstract

Research on Cooperation between the Academic Library and Research Team: Taking the Life & Medical Sciences Subject Team of Shanghai Jiao Tong University Library as an Example

Under the ubiquitous knowledge environment, academic libraries are developing cooperation in the entire knowledge creation lifecycle. The Life & Medical Sciences subject team of Shanghai Jiao Tong University Library (LMSST) has extensively executed its subject services since 2008 and built a good relationship with the research teams. This paper deeply expounds three cooperation modes driven by needs as follows: 1) Micro level: Subject librarians focus on individual information literacy (IL) capacity and provide information literacy improvement supports, students, teachers and researcher’s partners-enterprise employee were included as the training targets; Case 1: Cooperate to hold the “Big Data Training” summer camp, combine the research direction, cultivate research teams data awareness, data usage skills and data mining ability; Case 2: Provide information literacy supports for Innovation Alliance of Nano-medical Diagnostic Technology. 2) Meso level: Subject librarians embedded information service in the research project as the role of “information worker”. Case 3: Subject team integrated into Metabolic Science Discipline Development Strategy Research Group, assist the researchers that study in the new discipline to fully grasp the discipline situation. 3) Macro-level: Subject librarians support managers of research team to make decision based on scientific intelligence analysis. Case 4: Pharmacological and Toxicological Contribution Analysis Report of ESI in the school of Pharmacy. This paper aims to provide a reference for the cooperation between academic libraries and research teams.

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