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This section presents the timeline of instruction support, research consultation, and collection development offered by faculty librarians Molly Castro and Christopher M. Jimenez to support History Professor Kyle Pan and History grad student Noel Hernandez. Noel’s dissertation research and accompanying digital history project on the history of rock bands in Latin America serve as a case study on demand driven research support from librarians in both Information & Research Services and Digital Humanities.
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Hernandez, Noel; Pan, Keyao; Castro, Molly; and Jimenez, Christopher M., "Demand Driven Research Support in the Library: A Case Study in History and Digital Humanities" (2023). Works of the FIU Libraries. 126.
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This panel was presented at the 7th Annual Faculty Innovations for Student Success Showcase during the FIU Libraries' feature entitled: "Engaging Your Students by Engaging with Librarians."