The first step to creating an education intervention is identifying research laboratories or class curricula where Data Information Literacy skills are needed. A primary audienct to recognize this need are disciplinary researchers and instructors who are identifying problems within their labs or classrooms. The following articles provide an introduction to outreach to professors.
This article is based upon a review of literature and identifies common disconnects between library liaisons and faculty members. These pitfalls are frequent occurences and it is good to identify a plan to overcome them prior to the beginning of a new collaboration with faculty.
An early example of data liaison work within the agricultural discipline. This article identifies skills and approaches to data liaison work that are applicable across disciplines.
This article suggests a model for relationship building that is applicable across disciplines.
This article lists a number of different marketing approaches directed towards both faculty and students.
Graduate students as a group have been the target of information literacy initiatives for several decades. This list highlights examples of successful graduate student information literacy initiatives and best practices.
A historical overview of graduate student library instruction from the 1950s to the 2000s.
Case studies of librarians mentoring graduate students for the development of information literacy skills.
A program of graduate student research skill development built around close work with graduate students to enhance skills through research projects and portfolios.