critical information literacy, librarians, transdisciplinary research, collaboration, behavioral health, psychopathy, medical home
Librarians are instrumental in advancing the education of students and orienting tomorrow's professions toward the world in which they will practice: rich in information, diverse in perspective, and latent with the opportunities for transdisciplinary research. Critical information literacy offers a model for orienting theory and practice to create an integrated learning experience for students in the behavioral health sciences. This paper examines how different disciplines may be included in a shared problem, using psychopathy as an example. The role of the librarian is discussed in terms of critical information literacy, as a means to conducting transdisciplinary research.
Citation / Publisher Attribution
The Journal of Academic Librarianship, v. 40, issue 2, p. 179-184
This article is the post-print author version.
Scholar Commons Citation
Dold, Claudia J., "Critical Information Literacy: A Model for Transdisciplinary Research in Behavioral Sciences" (2014). Academic Services Faculty and Staff Publications. 165.