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Publications in Library and information science

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Australasian Public Libraries and Information Services Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2012
Children's Bookwatch Trade Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2018
Ciencias de la Informacion (Science of Information) Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2016
Claremont Review of Books General Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2018
Collaborative Librarianship Academic Magazine/Journal Apr 1, 2018
Computers in Libraries Trade Magazine/Journal Oct 1, 2018
EContent Trade Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2018
Fontes Artis Musicae Academic Magazine/Journal Apr 1, 2018
Informacion, Cultura y Sociedad Professional Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2018
Information Management Journal Trade Magazine/Journal Mar 1, 2017
Information Today Trade Magazine/Journal Oct 1, 2018
Journal of Education for Library and Information Science Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2014
Journal of Library Innovation Academic Magazine/Journal Oct 1, 2015
Journal of the Medical Library Association Academic Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2018
  • Thieme MedOne ComSci.
  • JournalTOCs.
  • Sumner, L. W.: Physician-Assisted Death: What Everyone Needs to Know.
  • Interprofessional Education and Medical Libraries: Partnering for Success.
  • Digital Rights Management: The Librarian's Guide.
  • Assembling the Pieces of a Systematic Review: A Guide for Librarians.
  • Martha Jane Zachert, PhD, AHIP, FMLA.
  • Reading graphic medicine at the National Library of Medicine.
  • Updating professional development for medical librarians to improve our evidence-based medicine and information literacy instruction.
  • Leveraging accreditation to integrate sustainable information literacy instruction into the medical school curriculum.
  • Three professions come together for an interdisciplinary approach to 3D printing: occupational therapy, biomedical engineering, and medical...
  • Promoting MedlinePlus utilization in a federally qualified health center using a multimodal approach.
  • Developing occupational therapy students' information and historical literacy competencies: an interprofessional collaborative project.
  • Accessibility of published research to practicing veterinarians.
  • Use of annual surveying to identify technology trends and improve service provision.
  • Librarians collaborating to teach evidence-based practice: exploring partnerships with professional organizations.
  • Essential and core books for veterinary medicine.
  • Defining data librarianship: a survey of competencies, skills, and training.
  • Learning while doing: program evaluation of the Medical Library Association Systematic Review Project.
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    Kliatt Trade Magazine/Journal Nov 1, 2008
    Library Philosophy and Practice Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2018
    Library Trends Professional Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2008
    National Library of Australia Gateways Academic Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2009
    Notes Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2018
    Online Searcher Trade Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2018
    Pakistan Journal of Information Management & Libraries Academic Magazine/Journal Dec 31, 2017
    Palabra clave Academic Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2013
    Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2012
  • Means and purposes: a suggestion to our members and friend/'Qui veut la fin veut les moyens'.
  • John R. Turner. A Bibliography of Unauthorised American Editions of The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter 1904-1980.
  • Nigel Tattersfield. Thomas Bewick: The Complete Illustrative Work.
  • G. Thomas Tanselle. Book-Jackets: Their History, Forms, and Use.
  • DeNel Rehberg Sedo, ed. Reading Communities: from Salons to Cyberspace.
  • Stan Persky. Reading the 21st Century: Books of the Decade, 2000-2009.
  • Ruth Panofsky. The Literary Legacy of the Macmillan Company of Canada: Making Books and Mapping Culture.
  • Bonnie Mak. How the Page Matters.
  • Eli MacLaren. Dominion and Agency: Copyright and the Structuring of the Canadian Book Trade, 1867-1918.
  • Mary Niles Maack, ed. The Library of Congress and The Center for the Book: Historical Essays in Honor of John Y. Cole.
  • John Hinks and Matthew Day, eds. From Compositors to Collectors: Essays on Book-Trade History.
  • Edgar C. Grissom. Ernest Hemingway: A Descriptive Bibliography.
  • William Feindel, Elizabeth Maloney, and Pamela Miller, eds. Sir William Osler: The Man and His Books.
  • Fernand Harvey. La vision culturelle d'Athanase David.
  • "Crying over spilled milk": a publishing history of Sam Steele's forty years in Canada.
  • From gleam of light to seedbed of a National Institute: the Canadian Free Library for the Blind, 1906-1918.
  • From gleam of light to seedbed of a National Institute: the Canadian Free Library for the Blind, 1906-1918.
  • Authors and publishers on the offensive: the Canadian copyright act of 1921 and the publishing industry 1920-1930.
  • Authors and publishers on the offensive: the Canadian copyright act of 1921 and the publishing industry 1920-1930.
  • Awarding of the 2012 Tremaine Medal to Professor Marcel Lajeunesse Remise de la medaille Marie-Tremaine, 2012, au Professeur Marcel Lajeunesse.
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    Reference & Research Book News Professional Magazine/Journal Apr 1, 2014
    Research Information Academic Magazine/Journal Feb 1, 2018
  • Cambridge Core Share.
  • ProQuest.
  • Digital Science launches Dimensions, a platform to democratise scholarly search.
  • Paperhive.
  • Springer Nature platform now holds a billion metadata statements.
  • OUP joins Initiative for Open Citations.
  • New CEO for Emerald Publishing.
  • University of Oxford and Elsevier embark on maths research collaboration.
  • AI 'has potential to revolutionise life sciences'--Pistoia Alliance.
  • Tartan talking: Glasgow once again to host UKSG annual conference.
  • Rising to the challenge: Chris Armbruster reports from APE 2018, held in Berlin.
  • A broken system?
  • Strength through collaboration: London's Business Design Centre was the venue for Research Information's inaugural event, Challenges in the Scholarly...
  • Finding the best route from information to knowledge: Analytics and on-demand access are key.
  • Harnessing the power of big data research: Social scientists need to take their expertise into the data science realm.
  • Framing evidence: STEM students significantly improve in class after video-based instruction.
  • Ensuring the accessibility of all learning content: The accessibility of learning content is undergoing a dramatic change.
  • Authentication and access issues in pharma: Catherine Dhanjal asks: are researchers getting access to the vital data they need?
  • What is blockchain for research? Jon Treadway and Joris van Rossum explore the impact the technology could have on scholarly communication.
  • A mandate to take risks: eLife's head of technology Paul Shannon reflects on a career encompassing programming, music technology and scholarly...
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    Reviewer's Bookwatch Trade Newsletter Sep 1, 2018
    Revista Interamericana de Bibliotecologia Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2018
    RISTI (Revista Iberica de Sistemas e Tecnologias de Informacao) Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2018
    School Librarian Trade Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2018
    SciTech Book News Professional Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2010
    Small Press Bookwatch Trade Newsletter Sep 1, 2018
    Teacher Librarian Professional Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2018
    The Bookwatch Trade Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2018
    The Globe Professional Magazine/Journal Apr 1, 2018
    The La Trobe Journal Academic Magazine/Journal May 1, 2009
    Voice of Youth Advocates General Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2018

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