Transforming Libraries to Serve Graduate Students. Crystal Renfro and Cheryl Stiles, eds., for the Association of College and Research Libraries. Chicago, IL: American Library Association, 2018. 445p. Paper, $88.00 (ISBN 978-0-8389-4606-0). LC Z711.92.G73 T73.

Sarah Rose Fitzgerald


Graduate students are not a monolithic user population. A doctoral student in a faculty track has a very different trajectory from a master’s student in a professional track. Graduate education also varies widely by academic discipline. Variation is inevitable when the groups you serve span the full range of scholarly knowledge. The editors of Transforming Libraries to Serve Graduate Students acknowledge that there is a great deal of variation between graduate students.

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