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1A1 Show me the money! Meeting researcher needs through a fee-based pilot project.
Introduction: In 2015, a fee for service program was piloted at the University of Alberta's Health Sciences Library to provide in-depth librarian support to the Faculty of Nursing (FON). Other examples of cost-recovery and fee-based services have been provided by other academic libraries for...
As library sessions are typically one-shot sessions with limited time, it is difficult to gauge students’ comprehension of the subject matter. Since opportunities for post-session assessment is limited, there is a need to effectively evaluate students’ learning in class. Kahoot, an open-source,...
Introduction to Research Data Management
The authors presented a one-hour workshop to Health Sciences Researchers on research data management. Several tools were highlighted: DMP Builder, Dataverse, REDCap, and Health Research Data Repository (HRDR).
Introduction to Systematic Review Searching: PowerPoint Presentaton
This PowerPoint presentation is used in a three-hour workshop designed to provide an introduction to database searching in the context of systematic reviews as a research method. The program focuses on structured searching, database selection and documentation of the search for the methods...
This workshop has been offered 35 times between 2011 and 2015 by librarians at the University of Alberta John W. Scott Health Sciences Library. It is a three hour workshop which covers defining the research questions using PICO forms, Boolean Logic, database selection, structured searching using...
These handouts are used in the three hour workshop, Introduction to Systematic Review Searching offered by the John W. Scott Health Sciences Library at the University of Alberta.
Mapping the Retracted Literature in Pharmacy and Drug Publications
Once a paper has been retracted, do people still cite the article? Are they citing it and reporting the retraction or are they continuing to use the reported results? The impact of retracted publications have been studied in a variety of disciplines using various methods often with limited...
Presented at the CHLA/ABSC 2021 Virtual Conference. Introduction: Systematic reviews (SRs) rely on well-designed searches to locate all relevant studies in order to avoid bias in their conclusions. Clear, accurate and detailed reporting of SR searches ensures transparency and replicability. This...
The most successful library teaching strategies for post-secondary business programs have yet to be determined. The aim of this systematic review is to investigate the effectiveness of library instruction (with a focus on pedagogy) in business undergraduate and graduate programs. The researchers...