Vol 1, No 2 (2006)

Table of Contents


The Current State of EBL PDF
Lindsay Glynn 1-2


Rehabilitating the Stroke Collection Abstract PDF
Mary Grimmond, Sharna Carter, Suzanne Lewis 3-11
What Can Students’ Bibliographies Tell Us?- Evidence Based Information Skills Teaching for Engineering Students Abstract PDF
Fei Yu, Jan Sullivan, Leith Woodall 12-22

Evidence Summaries

New Search Strategies Optimize MEDLINE Retrieval of Sound Studies on Treatment or Prevention of Health Disorders Abstract PDF
Marcy L. Brown 23-26
Obtaining Copyright Permission to Digitize Published Works Remains a Significant Barrier Abstract PDF
Susan Haigh 27-29
A Web-based Tutorial May Produce the Same Cognitive Outcomes as Face to Face Instruction Abstract PDF
Gill Needham 30-32
Reference Librarians use Electronic Sources Six Times More than Print Sources to Answer Patrons’ Questions Abstract PDF
Lorie Andrea Kloda 33-35
'Quick Reads' May Promote Literacy without Stigma: Findings from Eight UK Public Libraries Abstract PDF
Stephanie Jane Hall 36-39
PDA Use by Clinicians has a Positive Impact on Clinical Decision Making Abstract PDF
Suzanne Pamela Lewis 40-42
Further Research is Required to Determine Which Database Products Best Support Research in Public Administration Abstract PDF
David Hook 43-45


Evidence Based Librarianship and Open Access Abstract PDF
Heather Morrison 46-50
The Unteachable in Pursuit of the Unreadable? Abstract PDF
Andrew Booth 51-56


4th International Conference on Evidence Based Library and Information Practice PDF
Lindsay Glynn 57

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