Announcement: [Partnership] New Issue Published

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Dear Readers:

Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research has just published its latest issue at

We invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles and items of interest.

Submission deadlines for the next issue will be:

-- Peer-reviewed sections: Aug 31, 2014

-- Non-peer-reviewed sections: Sept 30, 2014.

Thanks for your continuing interest in our work.


David Fox

Librarian Emeritus, University of Saskatchewan


Phone: (306)242-3112

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Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research Vol 9, No 1 (2014) Table of Contents



Editor's Comments


Progress and Renewal

        David Fox

Innovations in Practice


Evaluer la qualité des archives ouvertes : le certificat DINI

        Joachim Schöpfel,       Uwe Müller

Reflective Peer Mentoring: Evolution of a Professional Development Program for Academic Librarians

        Janet L. Goosney,       Becky Smith,    Shannon Gordon

Theory and Research


Library Learning: Undergraduate Students’ Informal, Self-directed, and Information Sharing Strategies

        Jo Ann Murphy

Mapping Information Literacy Outcomes and Learning Experiences of Health Sciences Undergraduate Students

        Edda Tandi Lwoga

Conference Spotlight


Research Data Management and the Canadian Academic Library: An Organizational Consideration of Data Management and Data Stewardship

        Michael Steeleworthy

Developing a Research Data Management Service – a Case Study

        Jeff Moon

Professional Development


I’ve Got My MLIS, Now What? Further Educational Opportunities for LIS Professionals

        Jennifer La Chapelle,   Laura Wark

Stories of Informal Mentorship: Recognizing the Voices of Mentees in Academic Libraries

        Colleen MacKinnon,      Susan Shepley

Create Your Very Own SOP Story! Communicate Your Attributes, Values and Contributions in a Clear, Concise and Inviting Manner

        Julie Andrews-Jotham,   Margaret Macmillan,     Julie Mandal

Media/Publication Reviews


Book Review: Ways of Experiencing Information Literacy: Making the case for a relational approach

        Marta Samokishyn



Federal Library Closures and the Harper Government’s “Monoculture of the Mind”

        Michael Quinn Dudley

Idea Exchange Music Hub Hits the Right Note in Community

        Greg Bester



Profile: Lauralee Gilmour

        Lauralee Gilmour

Profile: Jessica van Keulen

        Jessica van Keulen

Profile: Joanne MacDonald

        Joanne MacDonald


Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research

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