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- 6Lacroix, Denis
- 3Lapointe, Nicole
- 2Hwang, Christina
- 1Banski, Erika
- 1Brown, Christine
- 1Mandeville, Angie
- 2Information Literacy
- 1Academic Libraries
- 1Citation Analysis
- 1Collection development
This meta-narrative highlights some challenges, reminders, and solutions around collecting usable information for training library support staff as scripted information literacy instructors. The poster describes survey and focus group design considerations to yield useful results (some of which...
Students at the University of Alberta (Edmonton, Canada) are discovering how information literacy instruction can be used to build a learning community through mobile ARS technology. Librarians can engage students in providing an immediate forum in which they can interact with each other thereby...
Introduction: This presentation describes the results of an innovative interprofessional partnership between the University of Alberta’s Libraries (UAL), Specialized Support and Disability Services (SSDS), Occupational Therapy, and Industrial Design, to assess library spaces for patrons with...
Objective:This session will explain how citation analysis can contribute to academic librarians’ understanding of the complex landscape of university researchers’ publishing choices. The need to understand publication output of humanities/social science researchers is even more pressing given the...
Impact Factors, Citation Metrics, and Altmetrics (Or: Can Tweets be as Valuable as Good Impact Factor?)Download
The poster will provide an overview of traditional and newly emerging impact metric tools and how they are changing decision making processes in determining research impact. Evidence-based examples will be provided to equip subject librarians in addressing the needs of their faculty and...