EBLIP 5 will be held from June 29th – July 3rd 2009 at Folkets Hus in central Stockholm, Sweden. The theme for the conference will be â€œBridging the gapâ€.Â The conference website — 5th International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice is now up. From Pam Ryan’s blog: http://pamryan.info/?p=169
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Forwarded from the firstname.lastname@example.org listserv, posted on 7/27/2007 We’re pleased to announce the availability of full papers from the recent Evidence-based Library and Information Practice conference, on the EBLIP4 website. Please visit http://www.eblip4.unc.edu/ to download excellent works by Suzanne Grefsheim, Denise Koufogiannakis, and many others – and keep checking back, because we’re working to make […]
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 […]
Evidence Based Library & Information Practice 4th International Conference “Transforming the Profession” May 6-11, 2007, Chapel Hill-Durham, North Carolina, USA The Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference (EBLIP4) is an exciting international event that has emerged in response to the growing interest among all types of libraries in using the best available evidence to […]
The Evidence Based Librarianship Interest Group of the Canadian Library Assocation hosts a listserv that is open to anyone who would like to subscribe and participate.Â Interest Group membership is not required for subscription to this listserv. To join this discussion list and to receive all postings, send a “SUBSCRIBE EBLIG” message to LISTSERV@MORGAN.UCS.MUN.CAÂ . You […]
4th International Conference on Evidence Based Library and Information Practice on May 6-9, 2007, in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. The conference will be followed by two days of continuing education. Keep an eye onÂ http://www.eblip4.unc.edu/Â for details.
The second issue of Evidence Based Library and Information Practice is now available. It includes a commentary on Evidence Based Librarianship and Open Access from Heather Morrison as well as a fine selection of Evidence Summaries.