Vol 3, No 2 (2008)

Table of Contents


Plans, Updates and Musings PDF
Lindsay Glynn 1-2


An Evaluation of the Five Most Used Evidence Based Bedside Information Tools in Canadian Health Libraries Abstract PDF
Alison Farrell 3-17
Non-use of Library Services by Students in a UK Academic Library Abstract PDF PDF (Appendix A)
Lisa Jane Toner 18-31

Evidence Summaries

Best Reference Practices are Not Observed in Telephone Ready Reference Services Abstract PDF
Julie McKenna 32-34
High Self-efficacy and High Use of Electronic Information may Predict Improved Academic Performance Abstract PDF
Stephanie J. Schulte 35-37
E-Book Discovery and Use Behaviour is Complex Abstract PDF
Suzanne Lewis 38-41
Some in Saskatchewan Find The Cochrane Library Useful after Promotion, Access and Training Efforts Abstract PDF
Shandra Lee Protzko 42-44
Canadian Research Librarians have Little Time for Scholarship Abstract PDF
Pamela Haley 45-47
Students with Non-Proficient Information Seeking Skills Greatly Over-Estimate Their Abilities Abstract PDF
Lotta Haglund, David Herron 48-51
Self-archiving to Institutional Repositories Is Improved by Assisted and Mandated Deposit; Disciplinary Culture is not a Factor Abstract PDF
Gaby Haddow 52-57
Better Collaborative Working is Likely to Increase Uptake of Library Resources in a University Setting Abstract PDF
John Loy 58-60
Social Marketing and the School Library: An Effective Path to Collaboration? Abstract PDF
Gayle Bogel 61-64


The Chiasmus of Librarianship and Collaborative Research for Evidence Based Practice PDF
William F. Birdsall 65-75


Professional Grant Proposal Writing Workshop PDF
Lindsay Glynn 76-77
CILIP Training and Development Courses PDF
Lindsay Glynn 78-79
The 2007 ACRL Environmental Scan: a LIRG Seminar PDF
Lindsay Glynn 80

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