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Evidence Based Library and Information Practice

New Issue of Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Available

July 3, 2017

Vol 12, No 2 (2017)

Table of Contents

Editorial

EBLIP Receives the Seal of Approval
Lorie A. Kloda

Features

The C-EBLIP Fall Symposium: Librarians as Researchers
Virginia Wilson

Collaborating to Increase the Evidence Base in Library and Information Practice
Margaret E. Henderson

Through the Students’ Lens: Photographic Methods for Research in Library Spaces
Shailoo Bedi, Jenaya Webb

Connecting Music and Place: Exploring Library Collection Data Using Geo-visualizations
Carolyn Doi

Quantitative Methods and Inferential Statistics: Capacity and Development for Librarians
Lise Doucette

Cultivating Your Academic Online Presence
Shannon Lucky, Joseph E. Rubin

In and Out of the Rabbit Hole: Unpacking the Research Proposal
Marjorie Mitchell

Research Articles

Space Use in the Commons: Evaluating a Flexible Library Environment
Andrew D. Asher

E-Preferred Approval Books at the University of Manitoba: A Comparison of Print and Ebook Usage
Jan C. Horner

Teaching Systematic Searching Methods to Public Health Graduate Students: Repeated Library Instruction Sessions Correlate With Better Assignment Scores
John Pell

Informing Evidence Based Decisions: Usage Statistics for Online Journal Databases
Alexei Botchkarev

Review Articles

Wayfinding Research in Library and Information Studies: State of the Field
Lauren H. Mandel

Using Evidence in Practice

Transparency and Tiers: Restructuring a Publisher Deal with a Modified Decision Matrix
Denise Pan, Gabrielle Wiersma

Evidence Summaries

Information Literacy Skills Are Positively Correlated with Writing Grade and Overall Course Performance
Rachel Elizabeth Scott

Multiple Sessions for Information Literacy Instruction are Associated with Improvement in Students’ Research Abilities and Confidence
Kelley Wadson

Low Level Evidence Suggests That Librarian-Led Instruction in Evidence Based Practice is Effective Regardless of Instructional Model
Lindsay J. Alcock

PubMed’s Native Interface Remains the Best Tool for Systematic Searching of its Biomedical Citations
Ann Glusker

Web-Scale Discovery Services Retrieve Relevant Results in Health Sciences Topics Including MEDLINE Content
Elizabeth Margaret Stovold

Implementation of Proactive Chat Increases Number and Complexity of Reference Questions
Sue F. Phelps

“Just-in-Time” Unmediated Document Delivery Service Provides Fast Delivery, Helps Identify Collection Gaps, but Incurs Extra Costs
Heather MacDonald

STEM and Non-STEM Library Users Have Increased Their Use of E-Books
Stephanie Krueger

AAU Library Directors Prefer Collaborative Decision Making with Senior Administrative Team Members
Carol L. Perryman

Research in Practice

Research in Practice: Mythbusting EBLIP
Virginia Wilson

News/Announcements

Call for Applicants: Concordia University Library 2018 Researcher-in-Residence Program

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