EBLIP Seeks Nominations for a Feature on Classic Research Studies


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Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (EBLIP) is soliciting nominations for a special feature in our December 2007 issue. We will be featuring summaries of classic research studies that have impacted practice, had an influence on LIS researchers, and stood the test of time. We need your help to identify these classic studies in our field and commit to writing a summary of that research. The summaries will use a format similar to that of the current Evidence Summaries published in EBLIP, but with a commentary that focuses on the impact of the research since it was published. Please give this some thought and consider nominating a great research article to be featured in EBLIP!

Dates to note:
Nomination deadline -- May 30, 2007

Notification of acceptance for the feature issue -- June 30, 2007

Submission deadline for the summary -- September 1, 2007

Publication date -- December 15, 2007

For more information, or to nominate a research article, please contact Denise Koufogiannakis: e-mail: denise.koufogiannakis@ualberta.ca. Nominations should be accompanied by a full bibliographic citation and an explanation of the contribution of the research to the field of library and information practice.

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