Small Projects Add Up: Doing Research as a Sessional Librarian
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This chapter discusses the scaling of a research project to fit within a sessional librarian position, and to align with the assigned duties thereof. As well, this chapter discusses the process of developing a small-scale research project with the intention of working it into a larger research agenda that can be carried across positions and institutions.
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