62 Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
the library is an active node. Activities to be supported include curriculum-related, research, and
Partner with new Entrepreneurship Centre director to develop instructional support for
“Perhaps” is a better answer than “yes.” The business librarian is considering creating a series of quick
video tutorials about using the market research resources. A few outreach and instruction ideas floated
but not yet developed with librarians in engineering, pharma, and data.
Software development tools
Still in planning stage
The Law Library is planning more extensive outreach to the Entrepreneurship Clinic, since they are
away from the building, in order to better engage the students and staﬀ. Science and engineering
librarians are exploring the possibility of creating an innovation and entrepreneurship team.
The librarians who support entrepreneurship are considering oﬀering new workshops, and/or re-
branding some workshops to attract entrepreneurs. They are moving from oﬀering general workshops
on entrepreneurship resources to oﬀering a suite of workshops that allow participants an in-depth
view of speciﬁc resources or strategies. They are currently designing a workshop on identifying
The library intends to create a “Small Business Center” portion of the library collating small business
materials the library already owns and arranging them in one place to be a “one stop shop” for small
The library is sponsoring speakers to discuss their expertise in entrepreneurship during an
The library plans to increase outreach to the BuzzLab and to student entrepreneurship clubs.
The library would like to purchase or subscribe to focused research on emerging industries
There are future plans to redevelop the Biomedical Library, which will likely include a more
sophisticated makerspace staﬀed with individuals with design expertise.
We are actively evaluating research databases for future acquisition. We continue to provide outreach
to other campus departments. We are looking for additional opportunities to collaborate and partner
with others on campus.
We are currently developing plans to expand and improve the CID space in the library.
We are in early stages: assessing needs and potential, including environmental scan.
We plan on expanding instruction at the incubator. We also continue to expand outreach and support to
the many entrepreneurial activities on campus.
We plan to address this through liaison to entrepreneurial center and departments. We plan to educate
ourselves on support for educational product development.
We would like to develop more workshops on more topics of interest to entrepreneurs/inventors
targeted to students, as well as to the non-campus community.
We’ll likely coordinate/publicize.