Evidence Based Library and Information Practice 9 1 2014

  • Effects of Mentioning the Incentive Prize in the Email Subject Line on Survey Response - Robert Janke
  • The Life and Times of Aboutness: A Review of the Library and Information Science Literature - Sophie Rondeau               
  • Google Scholar Retrieves Twice as Many Relevant Citations as PubMed and Provides Greater Full-Text Access for Quick, Clinical Nephrology Searches - Diana K. Wakimoto
  • Plagiarism Curricula May Reduce Need for Punitive Plagiarism Education - Robin E. Miller
  • Varying Student Behaviours Observed in the Library Prompt the Need for Further Research - Maria Melssen
  • Ethnographic Study at a Music Library Found Students Prefer Short Stopovers and Longer Solitary Study - Dominique Daniel
  • First Year Medical Students Use Library Resources Emphasized During Instruction Sessions - Laura Newton Miller            
  • Frequent Internet Users May Prefer More Health Care Information and Participation in Decision-Making - Eamon C. Tewell
  • Reading Faculty’s Research Publications Helps to Determine Which Professors to Target for Data Services - Giovanna Badia
  • UK Library and Information Science Research is Having a Significant Influence on Research in Other Subject Disciplines - Mathew Lee Stone
  • Evidence for Removal of a Reference Collection in an Academic Health Sciences Library - Seale Linda, Trish Chatterley, Marlene Dorgan              
  • The Evolution of Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Part III: Revitalizing the Profession through EBLIP - Jonathan D. Eldredge    
  • Research Methods: Triangulation - Virginia Wilson
  • PhD Studentships at University of Salford, United Kingdom - Alison Brettle