60 · Survey Results: Survey Questions and Responses
Graduate Student Development Office N=40
Yes 10 25%
No 30 75%
No formal contracts or MOUs 9 100%
Some arrangements are documented through contracts or MOUs
All arrangements are documented with contracts or MOUs
Role Provides Services from: MOU? Comments:
Demonstrating various thesis and
dissertations that have been done
electronically rather than in print.
Explaining the time lapse between
completion of thesis/dissertation and
appearance in library catalog and in
digital dissertations database.
Various college classrooms. No
Electronic theses and dissertations
workshops taught in library
classrooms
Library and other locations No
Graduate student professional
development programs
Graduate College, and library No
Many workshops, partner with major
grant for instructor development
Generally in meeting spaces
across campus
No
Publishing workshops, alert service
workshops
Permanent offices elsewhere No
Research grant and dissertation
writing clinics and other joint
workshops
Main library No
Support for the development of
services for grad students; advising;
theses and dissertation help, career
support
Currently, they provide services
in another building. They also
support the Grad Grants center in
the Wells Library.
No This service predates our MOU
process.
We offer library orientation for
graduate students at the program
level
No
Unspecified Unspecified No
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