Vol 2, No 3 (2007)

Table of Contents


Change is in the Air PDF
Lindsay Glynn 1-2


Information Skills Survey: Its Application to a Medical Course Abstract PDF
Catherine Clark, Dr. Ralph Catts 3-26
Using Rubrics to Collect Evidence for Decision-Making: What do Librarians Need to Learn? Abstract PDF
Megan Jane Oakleaf 27-42
Using a Prompt Sheet to Improve the Reference Interview in a Health Telephone Helpline Service Abstract PDF
Toni Price, Christine Urquhart 43-58
Choices in Chaos: Designing Research to Investigate Librarians’ Information Services Improvised During a Variety of Community-Wide Disasters and to Produce Evidence-Based Training Materials for Librarians Abstract PDF
Michelynn McKnight, Lisl Zach 59-75
The Use of Value Engineering in the Evaluation and Selection of Digitization Projects Abstract PDF
Michael H. Boock, May Chau 76-86

Evidence Summaries

Use Google Scholar, Scopus and Web of Science for Comprehensive Citation Tracking Abstract PDF
Lorie Andrea Kloda 87-90
UpToDate Rated Highest in a Combined Task Assessment/User-satisfaction Study of 5 Clinical Information Resources Abstract PDF
Jennifer Kelson 91-93
Econometric Analysis Suggests Possible Crowding Out of Public Libraries by Book Superstores among Middle Income Families in the 1990s Abstract PDF
Stephanie Hall 94-96
Low Volume, Funding, Staffing and Technical Problems are Key Reasons for Discontinuation of Chat Reference Services Abstract PDF
Stephanie Walker 97-100
Tracking Theory Building and Use Trends in Selected LIS Journals: More Research is Needed Abstract PDF
Carol Perryman 101-104
Time, Cost, Information Seeking Skills and Format of Resources Present Barriers to Information Seeking by Primary Care Practitioners in a Research Environment Abstract PDF
Martha Ingrid Preddie 105-107
Danish Post-Secondary Students Use Public Libraries for Study Purposes Abstract PDF
Julie McKenna 108-110
Questions Remain about Whether EBM Competencies Learned in Medical School are Retained in Residency Abstract PDF
Suzanne Lewis 111-113
User Studies Differ Across Some Disciplines and May Not Be Very Effective Abstract PDF
Virginia Wilson 114-116


Digital Archiving of Primary Research Data PDF
A James Bothmer, Robert Heaney, Ramon Fusaro 117-122
Making a Commitment to EBLIP: The Role of Library Leadership Abstract PDF
Suzanne F Grefsheim, Jocelyn A Rankin, Susan C Whitmore 123-129


New Conveners for EBLIG Abstract PDF
Sue Fahey 130-131
First International M-Libraries Conference 13th – 14th November 2007 Abstract PDF
Gillian Needham 132
Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Seeks Associate Editor (Evidence Summaries) Abstract PDF
Lindsay Glynn 133
Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Seeks Production Editor Abstract PDF
Lindsay Glynn 134

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