Vol 9, No 1 (2014)

Table of Contents


The Evidence of Change Abstract HTML PDF
Alison Brettle 1-2
Editorial Responsibilities HTML PDF
Alison Brettle 3


Effects of Mentioning the Incentive Prize in the Email Subject Line on Survey Response Abstract HTML PDF
Robert Janke 4-13

Review Articles

The Life and Times of Aboutness: A Review of the Library and Information Science Literature Abstract HTML PDF
Sophie Rondeau 14-35

Evidence Summaries

Google Scholar Retrieves Twice as Many Relevant Citations as PubMed and Provides Greater Full-Text Access for Quick, Clinical Nephrology Searches Abstract HTML PDF
Diana K. Wakimoto 36-38
Plagiarism Curricula May Reduce Need for Punitive Plagiarism Education Abstract HTML PDF
Robin E. Miller 39-41
Varying Student Behaviours Observed in the Library Prompt the Need for Further Research Abstract HTML PDF
Maria Melssen 42-44
Ethnographic Study at a Music Library Found Students Prefer Short Stopovers and Longer Solitary Study Abstract HTML PDF
Dominique Daniel 45-47
First Year Medical Students Use Library Resources Emphasized During Instruction Sessions Abstract HTML PDF
Laura Newton Miller 48-50
Frequent Internet Users May Prefer More Health Care Information and Participation in Decision-Making Abstract HTML PDF
Eamon C. Tewell 51-53
Reading Faculty’s Research Publications Helps to Determine Which Professors to Target for Data Services Abstract HTML PDF
Giovanna Badia 54-55
UK Library and Information Science Research is Having a Significant Influence on Research in Other Subject Disciplines Abstract HTML PDF
Mathew Lee Stone 56-58

Using Evidence in Practice

Evidence for Removal of a Reference Collection in an Academic Health Sciences Library Abstract HTML PDF
Linda Seale, Trish Chatterley, Marlene Dorgan 59-61


The Evolution of Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Part III: Revitalizing the Profession through EBLIP Abstract HTML PDF
Jonathan D. Eldredge 62-73

EBL 101

Research Methods: Triangulation Abstract HTML PDF
Virginia Wilson 74-75


PhD Studentships at University of Salford, United Kingdom Abstract HTML PDF
Alison Brettle 76

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