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The LIS blogosphere contains tags that can be categorized and it disseminates professional content
(University of Alberta Learning Services, 2010)
A Review of: Aharony, N. (2009). Librarians and information scientists in the blogosphere: An exploratory analysis. Library & Information Science Research, 31(3), 174-181. Objective - This study analyzes library and ...
Supervising academic library internships for non-LIS undergraduates
(Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2011)
Purpose - This paper seeks to articulate roles for librarian supervisors of non-LIS undergraduate internships in academic libraries by drawing on ideas from Alderman and Milne's " facilitated mentoring" model. Further, ...
Creating undergraduate internships for non-LIS students in academic libraries
This paper provides a framework for creating undergraduate internships in academic libraries, specifically those offered in collaboration with subject-based academic departments at universities where no degrees in library ...
From Abstraction to Action: Safeguarding Oral Traditions Using Digital Libraries
(Common Ground Publishing, 2011)
Digital technologies are evolving and new ways of managing, accessing and disseminating information are continuously emerging. Ethnocultural communities with rich intangible cultural her- itage need not be threatened by ...
Not on the same page: undergraduates' information retrieval in electronic and print books
Academic libraries are increasingly collecting e-books, but little research has investigated how students use e-books compared to print texts. This study used a prompted think-aloud method to gain an understanding of the ...
Taking the mountain to Mohammed : the effect of librarian visits to faculty members on their use of the library
(Routledge Taylor & Francis, 2010)
Why Market? Reflections of an academic library administrator
(ALA (American Library Association), 2012)
Purpose - The paper looks at the assumption that the captive audience of students and faculty lessens the need to market the academic library. The paper highlights the challenges experienced by academic libraries and ...
Scholarly Communication for Librarians (Chandos Information Professional Series)
Pre-print of book review to be published in Library Management 310 "Scholary Communications for Librarians (Chandos Information Professional Series)" by Heather Morrison Chandos Publishing ISBN 978-1-84334-488-9 245 pages
People Matters No. 3, 2010
(Libraries and Information Network, 2010)