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PhD student support at
the Library - from generic
courses to contextual learning
Kristina Ericson
Malmö University Library...
• Malmö University (background)
• Why we wanted to change
• Method
• Project results
• Which choices did we make
• Pros an...
• Founded in 1998
• 9th largest higher educational institution in Sweden
• 5 different faculties
• 5 research centres
• 24...
Subjects for PhD studies
 Odontology
 Biomedical science
 Health and Society
 Sport sciences
 Science of Educations
...
WHY CHANGE?
• Timing
• Flexible support structure
• Several postgraduate programmes rather than one
• Contextual learning
...
METHOD
• Inspired by action research
• Smaller organizational change based on
user needs
• May 2015 - Aug 2016
• Reflectiv...
http://mah.se/library/doctoralstudents
COORDINATING
PHD SUPPORT
LIBRARY ORGANISATION
Choices, pros and cons
• The courage to pause a well-established and highly
appreciated course
• Individual support AND op...
Questions and
feedback?!
Kristina Ericson
kristina.ericson@mah.se
Phd student support at the library - from generic courses to contextual learning - Ericson
Phd student support at the library - from generic courses to contextual learning - Ericson
Phd student support at the library - from generic courses to contextual learning - Ericson
Phd student support at the library - from generic courses to contextual learning - Ericson
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Phd student support at the library - from generic courses to contextual learning - Ericson

  1. 1. PhD student support at the Library - from generic courses to contextual learning Kristina Ericson Malmö University Library Sweden
  2. 2. • Malmö University (background) • Why we wanted to change • Method • Project results • Which choices did we make • Pros and cons • Questions and feedback Flexible support structure vs. traditional library course
  3. 3. • Founded in 1998 • 9th largest higher educational institution in Sweden • 5 different faculties • 5 research centres • 24,400 students • 220 PhD students • 80 professors MALMÖ UNIVERSITY
  4. 4. Subjects for PhD studies  Odontology  Biomedical science  Health and Society  Sport sciences  Science of Educations  New media, public spheres and forms of expression (NMOG)  Migration, Urbanisation and Societal Change (MUSA)
  5. 5. WHY CHANGE? • Timing • Flexible support structure • Several postgraduate programmes rather than one • Contextual learning • PhD students – both students and staff • Implementing the whole Library • We had more to offer
  6. 6. METHOD • Inspired by action research • Smaller organizational change based on user needs • May 2015 - Aug 2016 • Reflective, agile approach / iterative process Sara Kjellberg Kristina Ericson Carina Olsson Martina Vall Eva Tornbjer Pablo Tapia Linda Karlsson
  7. 7. http://mah.se/library/doctoralstudents
  8. 8. COORDINATING PHD SUPPORT LIBRARY ORGANISATION
  9. 9. Choices, pros and cons • The courage to pause a well-established and highly appreciated course • Individual support AND opportunity for PhD community • Working method Flexible and broader support content – involving the whole Library/use our expertise We “know” our PhD students better Better contact with others involved in PhD support Progression is more difficult Marketing a new concept is hard! • We have learned a lot! • Evaluating is important! • Coordinating team – one year
  10. 10. Questions and feedback?! Kristina Ericson kristina.ericson@mah.se

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