Evidence Based Library and Information Practice

Volume 16, numéro 2, 2021

Sommaire (13 articles)

Editorial

Research Articles

  1. Occupational Stress and Job Performance Among University Library Professionals of North-East India
  2. Acceptable and Unacceptable Uses of Academic Library Search Data: An Interpretive Description of Undergraduate Student Perspectives
  3. Moral Distress Among Consumer Health Information Professionals: An Exploratory Study
  4. If You Build it, Will They (Really) Come? Student Perceptions of Proximity and Other Factors Affecting Use of an Academic Library Curriculum Collection
  5. Digital Literacy Skills for Family History Research

Review Articles

  1. Teaching Knowledge Synthesis Methodologies in a Higher Education Setting: A Scoping Review of Face-to-Face Instructional Programs

Using Evidence in Practice

Evidence Summaries

  1. Students Think Science Literacy Is Important and Improves with Lifelong Learning / Holden, I. I. (2010) Science literacy and lifelong learning in the classroom: A measure of attitudes among university students. Journal of Library Administration, 50:3, 265-282. https://doi.org/10.1080/01930821003635002
  2. While Most Information Literacy Research Is Included in the Fields of Library Science and Education, a Considerable Amount Is Found in Medicine and Health / Aharony, N. (2010). Information literacy in the professional literature: An exploratory analysis. ASLIB Proceedings: New Information Perspectives, 62(3), 261-282. https://doi.org/10.1108/00012531011046907
  3. Manuscripts Published in a Specific Chemistry Journal Must Be Both Important and Suitable According to Peer Reviewers / Bornmann, L., & Daniel, H.-D. (2010). The manuscript reviewing process: empirical research on review requests, review sequences, and decision rules in peer review. Library & Information Science Research, 32(1), 5-12. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.lisr.2009.07.010
  4. Libraries Assist Disaster Survivors with Information Needs and Refuge but Need to Amplify Their Role and What They Offer / Braquet, D. M. (2010). Library experiences of Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans flood survivors. LIBRES: Library and Information Science Research Electronic Journal, 20(1), 1. https://www.libres-ejournal.info/528/

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