Issue 1.4 of Evidence Based Library and Information Practice is now out. My colleague, Pam Ryan, has a thought provoking commentary in this issue, looking at the worlds of evidence based librarianship and library assessment — where they meet and where they diverge.
“If we are just now coming to understand our similarities, will our differences be enough that we wish never to be one movement and therefore forever remain as two solitudes in evidence-based practice?”
The journal allows for comments, adding to the discussion Pam has started. What do readers of this blog think?