Vol 5, No 1 (2010)

Table of Contents

Editorial

Looking at Things in New Ways Abstract PDF HTML
Denise Koufogiannakis 1-2
Editorial Responsibilities Abstract Untitled PDF
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Features

Taking Stock(holm): Time to Up Our Game? Abstract PDF
Andrew Booth 4-6
Virtual Peer Mentoring (VPM) Might Facilitate the Entire EBLIP Process Abstract PDF
Jonathan D. Eldredge 7-16
Toward Collaborative Evidence Based Information Practices: Organisation and Leadership Essentials Abstract PDF
Anita Mirijamdotter 17-25
Identifying Customer Expectations is Key to Evidence Based Service Delivery Abstract PDF
Susan McKnight, Andrew Booth 26-31
Shaping the Information Professional of the Future Abstract PDF
Birgitta Olander 32-36
Provocative and Stimulating – but EBLIP (and Information Literacy) are Moving Targets! Abstract PDF
Andrew Booth 37-42
Applying Evidence in Practice: What We Can Learn from Healthcare Abstract PDF
Prudence Dalrymple 43-47

Articles

Evaluating the Development of Virtual Communities of Practice that Support Evidence Based Practice Abstract PDF
Christine Urquhart, Anne Brice, Janet Cooper, Siân Spink, Rhian Thomas 48-63
Course-Integrated Learning Outcomes for Library Database Searching: Three Assessment Points on the Path of Evidence Abstract PDF
Dianne Cmor, Alison Chan, Teresa Kong 64-81
Information Literacy Instruction Assessment and Improvement through Evidence Based Practice: A Mixed Method Study Abstract PDF
Diana K. Wakimoto 82-92
Addressing the Challenge: Cataloguing Electronic Books in Academic Libraries Abstract PDF
Shuzhen Zhao, Wei Zhao 93-103
Using Evidence Based Practice in LIS Education: Results of a Test of a Communities of Practice Model Abstract PDF
Joyce Yukawa 104-128

Evidence Summaries

Undergraduate Student Use of the Physical and Virtual Library Varies according to Academic Discipline Abstract PDF
Megan von Isenburg 129-131
Quality of Online Chat Reference Answers Differ between Local and Consortium Library Staff: Providing Consortium Staff with More Local Information Can Mitigate these Differences Abstract PDF
Laura Newton Miller 132-134
Existing Analytical Frameworks for Information Behaviour Don’t Fully Explain HIV/AIDS Information Exchange in Rural Communities in Ontario, Canada Abstract PDF
Kate Kelly 135-137
The LIS Blogosphere Contains Tags that Can Be Categorized and It Disseminates Professional Content Abstract PDF
Virginia Wilson 138-140
Study Describes Research Scientists’ Information Seeking Behaviour, but Methodological Issues Make Usefulness as Evidence Debatable Abstract Untitled () PDF
Scott Marsalis 141-143
Benefits of Unionization Still Unclear for U.S. Academic Libraries and Librarians Abstract PDF
Diana K. Wakimoto 144-146
Information Professionals’ Attitudes Influence the Diffusion of Information and Communication Technologies Abstract PDF
Kristen Lee Young 147-148

Commentaries

An Evidence Based Checklist for the Peer Review of Electronic Search Strategies (PRESS EBC) Abstract PDF
Jessie McGowan, Margaret Sampson, Carol Lefebvre 149-154

EBL 101

An Introduction to Critical Appraisal Abstract PDF
Virginia Wilson 155-157

News/Announcements

Evidence Based Practice for Information Professionals Book Now Freely Available Abstract Untitled PDF
158-159
Researcher-Librarian Partnership Program Seeks Applicants Abstract PDF
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Registration Now Open for EBLIG Mini-Conference during CLA 2010 Abstract Untitled PDF
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