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Q/A on teaching credit classes for entrepreneurship research

Sarah Barbara Watstein (University of North Carolina, Wilmington, North Carolina, USA)
Mary G. Scanlon (Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, USA)
Steve Cramer (University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, North Carolina, USA)

Reference Services Review

ISSN: 0090-7324

Article publication date: 10 August 2015




The purpose of this paper is to present the question and answer (Q/A) to provide an opportunity for two seasoned academic business librarians to share their experiences with courses in entrepreneurship in their universities.


Question and answer.


The evolving business school curricular landscape, and especially an increase in courses in entrepreneurship, presents unique opportunities for engagement, visibility and centrality for academic business librarians.


Entrepreneurship is increasingly valued in today’s world. To be successful, entrepreneurs must successfully deal with and navigate a highly complex information landscape. Academic business librarians are positioned to help student, faculty and future entrepreneurs alike learn the skills to successfully traverse this landscape.



Watstein, S.B., Scanlon, M.G. and Cramer, S. (2015), "Q/A on teaching credit classes for entrepreneurship research", Reference Services Review, Vol. 43 No. 3, pp. 480-490.



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