Book review: breaking into the lab: engineering progress for women in science
women in science, professional development, librarians
The importance of getting to know your user community is a common mantra heard in library schools around the world but often we librarians become so mired in the day-to-day work of science librarianship that we forget this central tenet. An easy way to solve this problem for science librarians is to read one of the growing numbers of books on the nature of scientific practice, such as Sue Rosser's monograph, Breaking into the Lab: Engineering Progress for Women in Science.
Garstad, Roxy. 2013. Review of Breaking into the Lab: Engineering Progress for Women in Science by Sue V. Rosser. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship, Fall. doi:10.5062/F45Q4T27.
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