UT librarians offer systematic review consultation services for individuals and research groups. We can help with...
Much of the work a librarian does to assist researchers falls under their everyday job responsibilities. However, systematic reviews, scoping reviews, and meta-analyses, often require greater librarian involvement and include the librarian as a partner in the research project. When these levels of assistance lead to a published paper, it is appropriate to credit the librarian.
Note: If you would like to have a librarian's involvement as a partner in the project, you should find out in advance about the librarian's willingness to participate at that level of commitment.
We've compiled some basic guidelines on what to expect as usual support and at the level of including the librarian as a co-researcher. Also, the guidelines show how to credit the librarian at these different levels of involvement.
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