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Title: Re-Designing the library for design engineering
Authors: Murphy, Sharon
Saleh, Nasser

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Issue Date: Jul-2008
Publisher: Canadian Design Engineering Network (CDEN)
Citation: S. Murphy and N. Saleh, "Re-Designing the library for design engineering", In Proceedings of the 5th Canadian Design Engineering Network (CDEN) Annual Conference, 2008. Halifax, NS July 27-29, 2008.
Abstract: This paper relates our experience at the Engineering & Science Library at Queen’s University, melding Library resources into the design engineering curriculum in the Faculty of Applied Science. Effective library support of design engineering comprises people, curriculum, collections and assessment. Moreover, effective support is seamless and fully embedded in the design students’ learning over time. We discuss our experience to date and identify areas for future growth.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1974/5170
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