Libraries Staff Publications
This collection contains publications of staff at the University of Alberta Libraries.
Items in this Collection
- 48Campbell, Sandy
- 26Koufogiannakis, Denise
- 26Lacroix, Denis
- 21Polkinghorne, Sarah
- 21Wakaruk, A.
- 16Luyk, Sean
- 41Book reviews
- 15Evidence-based practice
- 14Academic libraries
- 14Information literacy
- 342University of Alberta Libraries
- 342University of Alberta Libraries/Libraries Staff Publications
- 9Medicine and Dentistry, Faculty of
- 6Canadian Circumpolar Institute
- 6Medicine and Dentistry, Faculty of/Alberta Research Centre for Health Evidence (ARCHE)
- 4Canadian Circumpolar Institute/Circumpolar Digital Image Collection
The Censorship Phenomenon in College and Research Libraries: An Investigation of the Canadian Prairie Provinces, 1980‑1985Download
Although college and research libraries in North America are generally thought to be immune to censorship pressures, no impartial research has been undertaken to date to verify this perception. A five-page questionnaire was mailed to the libraries of 68 postsecondary educational institutions in...
Review of "Government Information Management in the 21st Century: International Perspectives." Peggy Garvin (Ed.). Farnham, Surrey, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate Pub., 2011. 232 pp. $99.95, ISBN: 9781409402060
There is no one right way to organize a library and its systems; so much depends on the organizers and the users, and the ongoing commitment of time, effort, and money is theoretically without limits. The benefits enjoyed by the EJCA library include a belief among members that a library is a...
This is journal article I wrote in 2007 and published in the now-defunct Library Student Journal. This is the text as I managed to save it before the journal folded, so there's no formatting. I just wanted to get this in a repository.
Roving Reference with iPads: a study of the use of iPads as technological support and service assessmentDownload
Abstract: Libraries continue to put effort into providing on-line and self-serve access to materials to reflect changing technological possibilities and expectations. Online solutions work for offsite and internet connected patrons but many patrons still physically work in library space, may not...