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Evidence Based Library and Information Practice

New Issue of Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Available

December 25, 2018

Vol 13, No 4 (2018)

Table of Contents


Making Meaningful Connections and Relationships in Cataloguing Practices: The Decolonizing Description Project at University of Alberta Libraries
Sheila Laroque

Impacts and Reflections on the Making Meaning Symposium for Small, Independent Libraries
Eric Leonhardt

Research Articles

Research Support Priorities of and Relationships among Librarians and Research Administrators: A Content Analysis of the Professional Literature
Cara Bradley

The Library Assessment Capability Maturity Model: A Means of Optimizing How Libraries Measure Effectiveness
Simon Hart, Howard Amos

Visualization of the Scholarly Output on Evidence Based Librarianship: A Social Network Analysis
Nafiseh Vahed, Vahideh Zarea Gavgani, Rashid Jafarzadeh, Ziba Tusi, Mohammadamin Erfanmanesh

Academic E-book Usability from the Student’s Perspective
Esta Tovstiadi, Natalia Tingle, Gabrielle Wiersma

Using Evidence In Practice

Increasing Objectivity in eResource Selection Using a Priority Matrix
Megan L Anderson, Linda L Crosby

Evidence Summaries

The 360-Degree Temporal Benefits Model Reimagines Value-Based Assessment of User-Centred Design Services
Melissa Goertzen

The Potential of a Cost-Per-Use Analysis to Assess the Value of Library Open-Access Funds
Jessica Koos

Religious Studies Scholarship is Not Widely Available via Open Access, but Some Authors Share Their Work through Institutional Repositories or Social Networking Sites
Elaine Sullo

Medical Librarians may be Underutilised in EBM Training within Pediatric Resident Programs
Alisa Howlett

Students Who Used the Library in Their First Year of University are More Likely to Graduate or Still be Enrolled After Four Years
Judith Logan


Call for Applications: Evidence Summaries Writers for Evidence Based Library and Information Practice

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