May 19, 2022

New Issue Online: Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (6.3, 2011)

Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (EBLIP) is published at the University of Alberta.

It’s an open access publication.

Direct to Complete Table of Contents

Selected Articles

Situating Student Learning in Rich Contexts: A Constructionist Approach to Digital Archives Education
by Anthony Cocciolo

An Examination of Library Anxiety at Cape Breton University
by Lenard J. Lawless

Development and Testing of a Literature Search Protocol for Evidence Based Nursing: An Applied Student Learning Experience
by Andy Hickner, Christopher R. Friese, Margaret Irwin

The Transition from Print to Electronic Journals: A Study of College and University Libraries in Indiana
by Jo McClamroch

Evidence Summaries

Students are Confident Using Federated Search Tools as much as Single Databases
by Deena Yanofsky

Retention Initiatives are Employed in Academic Libraries, Although not Necessarily for this Purpose
by Laura Newton Miller

Structure May Be Key to Incorporating Library School Interns in Academic Library Environments
by Heather R. Williams

While Collaboration Is Increasing in the Profession the LIS Dissertation Remains a Solo-Authored Monograph
by Diana K. Wakimoto

Master’s Students in History Could Benefit from a Greater Library Sensitivity and Commitment to Interdisciplinarity, and from More Efficient Document Delivery
by R. Laval Hunsucker

There are Discipline-Based Differences in Authors’ Perceptions Towards Open Access Publishing
by Lisa Shen

Implementing Web 2.0 Design Patterns in an Institutional Repository May Increase Community Participation
by Yvonne Hultman Ozek

Millennial Students’ Online Search Strategies are Associated With Their Mental Models of Search
by Leslie Bussert

Perceptions of Shared Leadership within Academic Libraries Suggest Room for Improvement
by Genevieve C. Gore

Using Evidence in Practice

Building a User Blog with Evidence: The Health Information Skills Academic Library Blog
by Rachel Adams

EBL 101

Research Methods: Design, Methods, Case Study…oh my!
by Virginia Wilson

EBLIP News/Announcements Can Be Found in the Complete Table of Content

About Gary Price

Gary Price ( is a librarian, writer, consultant, and frequent conference speaker based in the Washington D.C. metro area. Before launching INFOdocket, Price and Shirl Kennedy were the founders and senior editors at ResourceShelf and DocuTicker for 10 years. From 2006-2009 he was Director of Online Information Services at, and is currently a contributing editor at Search Engine Land.