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Medical Reference Services Quarterly
To ensure academic standards are met for athletic training curriculums, it is essential that librarians and faculty understand student research habits and information literacy instruction preferences. This article provides results from a survey of undergraduate athletic training students conducted at two universities. Athletic training students prefer information literacy instruction at the beginning of the semester. When seeking research assistance, students ask their classmates first, followed by friends and Google. Most students spend up to 60 minutes researching online before seeking assistance and prefer in-person communication for assistance from the library followed by email.
Kipnis, Daniel G.; Adriani, Lisa A.; and Kolbin, Ronda, "Academic Libraries and Athletic Training: Research Preferences of Athletic Training Students" (2022). Libraries Scholarship. 32.