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Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Introduction to key concepts and principles

Weber, Martina; Vonhof, Cornelia;
Open Access English
  • Published: 28 Oct 2008
Many library professionals excel in supporting their clients in their research activities, yet not all of them are good at undertaking research to improve their own library management practices. But research to support effective library decision making should become part of daily practice: to help library managers learn more about their work, to develop better services and to share ideas about best practice. It helps us build a body of professional knowledge that can benefit the entire profession. The EBLIP-process aims at helping library professionals by working through the seperate stages of formulating the significant research questions, searching for the bes...
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Singer Gordon, Rachel (Date unknown). Publish, don't perish. Retrieved October 19, 2008 from: index.htm

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