The Efficient Team-Driven Quality Scholarship (ETQS) Model is a research and writing system, providing strategies for librarians and other faculty to complete scholarly research within a set time frame. ETQS includes a team-driven, collaborative approach, predetermined timelines, built-in quality controls, and concurrent research processes. This paper evaluates the effectiveness of the ETQS Model to overcome common research obstacles and promote research success factors. Using the process evaluation method, the authors use the research and writing of this article to assess the ETQS Model. Team member reflections of the process are analyzed and ETQS strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) are evaluated and ameliorated. ETQS, in this case study, is effective in fostering scholarly productivity, promoting success factors, and overcoming obstacles. Utilization of this model could strengthen other collaborative research efforts.
Alexander, Johanna; Anderson, Andrea; Bozarth, Sandra; Cribbs, Heather; Holloway, Kristine; Livingston, Christopher; Overduin, Terezita; and Zhong, Ying
"The Efficient Team-Driven Quality Scholarship Model: A Process Evaluation of Collaborative Research,"
Collaborative Librarianship: Vol. 12
, Article 10.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.du.edu/collaborativelibrarianship/vol12/iss1/10