- Fox, David, 1948-
- Finding Time for Scholarship: A Survey of Canadian Research University Librarians
More than half the participants in a survey of Canadian research university librarians indicated that scholarship activities were required or encouraged at their universities, yet most university librarians have year-round schedules of assigned duties that present challenges to the engagement in sustained, meaningful scholarship. Full-time librarians reported spending an average of 47 hours per week on all of their responsibilities combined, but most librarians devote less than five hours per week to scholarly activities. Ideally, librarians would like to spend 15 percent of their time on scholarship. Strategies for increasing time and support for scholarship are considered.
- portal: Libraries and the Academy, Vol. 7, No. 4 (2007), pp. 451–462
- University of Windsor link to article