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Call for Participation: Study on Librarians’ Perceived Roles and Pedagogical Practices in Supporting Student Mental Health

(via Liz Chenevey, James Madison University)

​If you are an instruction librarian you are invited to participate in a survey and optional interview on librarians’ perceived roles and pedagogical practices in supporting student mental health. This is part of a research project to better understand students’ emotions around research, their effects on their overall wellness, and ways librarians can be more supportive to students’ emotional needs.

The survey should take no longer than 10 minutes of your time. Following the survey you will be invited to an optional follow-up interview that will be scheduled at your convenience.

This study has been approved by the James Madison University Institutional Review Board. Questions about the study can be directed to Liz Chenevey at chenevet@jmu.edu. Thank you for participating!

Click here to begin the survey.

This study has been approved by the JMU IRB, protocol # 22-3462.

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