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Evidence Based Library and Information Practice

New Issue of Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Available

June 16, 2020

Vol 15, No 2 (2020)

Table of Contents


Scholarly Publishing During a Pandemic
Lorie A. Kloda

Research Articles

The Information Needs of Canadian Midwives and Their Evidence Informed Practices: A Canada-Wide Survey
Lindsay Barnes, Luanne Freund, Dean Giustini

Coping with Impostor Feelings: Evidence Based Recommendations from a Mixed Methods Study
Jill Barr-Walker, Debra A. Werner, Liz Kellermeyer, Michelle B. Bass

Interiors, Affect, and Use: How Does an Academic Library’s Learning Commons Support Students’ Needs?
Erica DeFrain, Miyoung Hong

Librarians’ Participation in the Systematic Reviews Published by Iranian Researchers and Its Impact on the Quality of Reporting Search Strategy
Rogheyeh Eskrootchi, Azita Shahraki Mohammadi, Sirous Panahi, Razieh Zahedi

Teaming up to Teach Teamwork in an LIS Master’s Degree Program
Lauren H. Mandel, Mary H. Moen, Valerie Karno

Review Articles

The Effectiveness of Library Instruction for Graduate/Professional Students: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Adelia Grabowsky, Liza Weisbrod

Using Evidence in Practice

Welcome to the Library: Data-Driven Student Worker Empowerment
Elena Carrillo, Jung Mi Scoulas

Evidence Based Practice for Virtual Reality Spaces and Services: A Service Design Case Study
Doralyn Rossmann, Scott W. H. Young

Using Assessment Tools to Develop a Workshop for Library Staff: Establishing a Culture of Assessment
Jung Mi Scoulas

Evidence Summaries

Analysis of Question Type Can Help Inform Chat Staffing Decisions
Heather MacDonald

Many Indian PhD Students Lack Motivation and Skills to Use Academic Journal Articles, Their Libraries Lack Resources and Standards
Michelle DuBroy

Research Supports are Effective in Increasing Confidence with Research Skills in Early Career Academic Librarians
Jessica A. Koos

Embedded Librarianship is Not Well Understood by Librarians at Chinese Universities, but Represents a Promising Service Model
Judith Logan

Researchers at Arab Universities Hold Positive Views on Research Data Management and Data Sharing
Jennifer Kaari

Interviews with Practitioners in the United Kingdom Reveal Effective Strategies for Open Access Outreach to Researchers
Brittany Richardson

First-Year Students’ Understanding of Research and Their Information Literacy Skills Change Over Time and in Four Different Ways
Alisa Howlett


Call for Applicants for EBLIP Journal: Associate Editor (Research Articles)

(Via Evidence Based Library and Information Practice)

EBLIP is a peer reviewed, open access journal published quarterly by the University of Alberta Learning Services. The purpose of the journal is to provide a forum for librarians and other information professionals to discover research that may contribute to decision making in professional practice. EBLIP publishes original research and commentary on the topic of evidence based library and information practice, as well as reviews of previously published research (evidence summaries) on a wide number of topics.

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