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Who Thinks What About Research? Academic Librarian Research According to Librarians, Faculty, and Collective Agreements
Research is an important component of academic librarianship. Often required for promotion and tenure, research is integral to the practice of evidence-based librarianship. This session will review a study of the perceptions ...
Bleak House: The death of in-class undergraduate instruction in academic libraries
The nature of the university is changing, with increased commodification of teaching and research. This paper dissects the milieu responsible for shifting library priorities, evaluating core tenants like university vision ...
Developing Librarian Data Services Skills: An Assessment of Current Levels of Competency and a Plan for the Future
(Medical Library Association Annual Conference, 2021-05)
Introduction: Research data services are increasingly offered by academic libraries. Librarians may need to upskill to provide sufficient services or to build capacity within their institution. This study measures the ...
Review of Approaches to Liaison Librarianship: Innovations in Organization and Engagement
(Journal of New Librarianship, 2021)
Review of Canuel, R., & Crichton, C. (Eds). (2021). Approaches to liaison librarianship: Innovations in organization and engagement. Association of College and Research Libraries.
Collective Agreements and the Freedom for Librarians to Research
The ability to conduct and disseminate research on any topic, even a politically sensitive one, is a component of academic freedom. The collective agreements, which govern the rights and responsibilities of librarians, of ...
E-preferred approval books at the University of Manitoba: A comparison of print and ebook usage
(University of Alberta Learning Services, 2017-06-01)
Objective – To compare the usage of print and ebooks received on University of Manitoba’s e-preferred YBP approval plan as well as to examine cost per use for the approval print books and ebooks. Methods – Usage data ...
Review of Library Next: Seven Action Steps for Reinvention
(Association of College & Research Libraries, 2022-03)
Book review of Catherine Murray-Rust's Library Next: Seven Action Steps for Reinvention.
Developing Data Services Skills in Academic Libraries
(Association of College & Research Libraries, 2022-05)
Research data services are increasingly offered by academic libraries. As a result, librarians may need to upskill to provide data services and build capacity. This study measures the current level of data services skills ...
Moving from In Person to Online: Effects on Staffing in a Large Academic Library System
(Association of College & Research Libraries, 2020)
The University of Manitoba (U of M) is a research-intensive medical and doctoral-level university and a member of the U15 Group of Canadian Research Universities, which includes fifteen of Canada’s top research universities. ...
Empower: Association of Architecture School Librarians Conference Report
This conference report summarizes the content and conversations of the Association of Architecture School Librarians’ 2022 virtual conference titled Empower. This topic was engaged through thematic groupings of presentations ...