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Partnerships for progress: the evolution and future of the Health Science Information Consortium of Toronto.
(Special Libraries Association, Washington DC, 1998)
The librarian is in: a consultation model for information literacy formative assessment
Formative assessment was introduced in Rehabilitation Therapy students’ information literacy programs in Fall Term 2006 in the course OT/PT 892: Evidence-Based Practice. It was subsequently employed in the Winter Term ...
Scary, Exciting or Something In-Between: How Do Next Generation Academic Librarians Perceive Institutional Change?
Since the mid-1990s, there has been an explosion of books, journal and magazine articles, workshops and conference presentations about the multigenerational workplace. Writers such as David Foot (Boom, Bust and Echo), Ron ...
In defence of librarian-mediated searching: a skill that supports evidence-based research and practice
(International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) annual conference 2008, Québec, Canada, 2008-08-10)
Librarians at the Bracken Health Sciences Library, Queen’s University, Canada support evidence-based research and practice in a number of ways. Teaching sessions are offered as part of the curricula in Nursing, Medicine ...