February 20, 2019

New Issue Alert: Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (EBLIP) (Vol 11, No 2; 2016)

Vol 11, No 2; 2016 of Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (EBLIP) was made available online yesterday.

This open access journal is published by University of Alberta Learning Services and hosted by University of Alberta Libraries.

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Editorial

We Want You to Hear From Us, and We Want to Hear from You!
by Lorie A. Kloda

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Features

Integrating 2014 Library Assessment Conference Proceedings and Peer Review
by Martha Kyrillidou

Exploring the Complexity of Student Learning Outcome Assessment Practices Across Multiple Libraries
by Donna Harp Ziegenfuss, Stephen Borrelli

Library Assessment and Quality Assurance – Creating a Staff-Driven and User-Focused Development Process
by Håkan Carlsson

The Role of Student Advisory Boards in Assessment
by Ameet Doshi, Meg Scharf, Robert Fox

Iterative Chat Transcript Analysis: Making Meaning from Existing Data
by Steven Baumgart, Erin Carrillo, Laura Schmidli

Using Photo-Elicitation with Native American Students to Explore Perceptions of the Physical Library
by Karen A. Neurohr, Lucy E. Bailey

Educating Assessors: Preparing Librarians with Micro and Macro Skills
by Rachel Applegate

Laying the Groundwork for a New Library Service: Scholar-Practitioner & Graduate Student Attitudes Toward Altmetrics and the Curation of Online Profiles
by Kathleen Reed, Dana McFarland, Rosie Croft

E-Journal Metrics for Collection Management: Exploring Disciplinary Usage Differences in Scopus and Web of Science
by Katherine Chew , Mary Schoenborn , James Stemper , Caroline Lilyard

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Articles

Health Professions Students’ Lifelong Learning Orientation: Associations with Information Skills and Self Efficacy
by Misa Mi, Cheryl Riley-Doucet

Determinants of Health Information Use for Self-Efficacy in Lifestyle Modification for Chronic Disease Patients
by Ebele N. Anyaoku, Obiora C. Nwosu

Evaluating Approaches to Quality Assessment in Library and Information Science LIS Systematic Reviews: A Methodology Review
by Michelle Maden, Eleanor Kotas

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Evidence Summaries

Patron Time-Use May Be an Effective Metric for Presenting Library Value to Policy Makers
by Ann Glusker

Demographic Variables Are Associated with Differing Perceptions of a Broad Range of Public Library Benefits
by Sara Sharun

Low-Level Evidence Suggests that Perceived Ability to Evaluate and Trust Online Health Information is Associated with Low Health Literacy
by Lindsay Alcock

Individuals with Chronic Conditions Want More Guidance from Health Professionals in Finding Quality Online Health Sources
by Cari Merkley

Both Online and In-Person Library Orientations Have Positive Effects on Graduate Students’ Information Literacy Skills
by Lisa Shen

Information Literacy Course Yields Mixed Effects on Undergraduate Acceptance of the University Library Portal
by Heather Coates

Social Networking Tools for Informal Scholarly Communication Prove Popular for Academics at Two Universities
by Aoife Lawton

Cataloguers May Tend to Have Learning Styles Different from Other Library Job Responsibilities
by Eamon C. Tewell

Medical School Librarians Need More Training to Support their Involvement in Evidence Based Medicine Curricula
by Aislinn Conway

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Research in Practice

The Reciprocal Benefits of Library Researcher-in-Residence Programs
by Virginia Wilson, Selinda Berg

News/Announcements

Call for Applicants for EBLIP Journal: Associate Editor and Communications Officer

EBLIP Article Wins 2016 Jesse H. Shera Award

Call for Proposals: C-EBLIP Fall Symposium 2016

EBLIP9 2017 Conference Announced

Call for Applicants: Concordia University Library’s Researcher-in-Residence Program

Call for Papers – RAILS 2016

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Gary Price About Gary Price

Gary Price (gprice@mediasourceinc.com) 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 Ask.com, and is currently a contributing editor at Search Engine Land.

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