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Roles & responsibilities of chemistry educators and students

What are the most important responsibilities of educators (chemistry faculty members or librarians), alternatively, as a student what do you find essential?

Understanding the information competencies for chemistry undergraduates, and ensuring that the library provides the required resources
76%
Spending time researching the different information resources that are available
38%
Ensuring that courses include training in information retrieval to meet professional standards or mandates
56%
Teaching courses or classes dedicated to developing information searching skills and information tool literacy
49%
Providing students with the level of information literacy and information tool literacy that they will need in their professional careers as researchers
62%
Teaching skills that relate to the retrieval of literature, relevant substance, reaction and property data
51%




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