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AUDIO CONFERENCE ON ADVANCED EVIDENCE BASED LIBRARIANSHIP

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Advanced Evidence Based Librarianship (EBL): Research about the state
of research in librarianship, a one hour audio conference from The
Education Institute: The learning programs of the
APLA-BCLA-LAA-NSLA-OLA-SLA Partnership will be hosted at the Nova Scotia
Provincial Library on April 5th.  It will be presented by Ellen Crumley
of HealthInfo & Searching Practice, Inc. and the author of articles on
this topic.  Incorporating ideas from the article "A content analysis of
librarianship research", this presentation will explore the types of
research librarians are doing, where librarianship research is published
and how it can be accessed.

THE BENEFITS
Learn about the types of research most commonly conducted by
librarians.
Learn which journals publish the most research and where they are
indexed.
Understand the six classifications of librarianship research and how
these can be applied to searching for information to help you in your
practice.

METHOD OF INSTRUCTION
Audio teleconference session supported
handouts.

SESSION DETAILS:
Time: Tuesday, April 5, 4:00 - 5:00 p.m
Place: Conference Room, Nova Scotia Provincial Library, 3770 Kempt
Road, Halifax
This session is free and registration is on a first come first serve
basis.
Parking is available in front of the building.

Please respond to Carol Morris at [log in to unmask] or by phone at
424-2477 if you would like to attend this session.

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