Library Networking: Journals, Blogs, Associations, etc. In Libraryland, there are many ways of keeping up and keeping connected with your fellow librarians This page does not necessarily indicate every site that has an RSS feed.
Since most of these people are librarians, it's always worth checking for an RSS feed for their journals, blogs, etc. (What's RSS?) This page: Library Networking, generally | Library Journals and Indexes | Library and Librarian Blogs | Library Newsgroup | Library and Related Associations (Subject-Matter Library Associations) | Library Conferences. Hathi Trust Digital Library - Search Home. Library Networking: Journals, Blogs, Associations, etc. School Library Journal.
Developing Library and Information Center Collections - web references. Searcher's Voice - The Lost Art of Sourcing. SEARCHER'S VOICE The Lost Art of Sourcing by Barbara Quint Editor, Searcher Magazine We live in an age of information affluence, an age in which the average user would more likely be willing to pay for services that reduce information flow than increase it.
Oddly enough, that kind of fits into the skill set and professional orientation of we information professionals. Despite our commitment to gathering and preserving information — all information, in practice we try to gather the “good stuff.” In the previous era of information scarcity, we might have made token statements of regret that we could not afford all the information (and I use the “infotainment” definition of information) that we might otherwise wish to amass. But in our heart of hearts and while ALA’s Intellectual Freedom troops weren’t watching, we really felt professional satisfaction from picking out the quality and rejecting the dross.
So what about a Watson loaded by librarians? Wow! — bq. Library Technology Guides: Discovery Layer Interfaces. The magazine of the American Library Association. Library and Information Research. J Med Libr Assoc Volume 98(4); October 2010. Journal of Library Innovation. Library Philosophy and Practice title page. Library Philosophy and Practice (LPP) is a peer-reviewed electronic journal that publishes articles exploring the connection between library practice and the philosophy and theory behind it.
These include explorations of current, past, and emerging theories of librarianship and library practice, as well as reports of successful, innovative, or experimental library procedures, methods, or projects in all areas of librarianship, set in the context of applied research. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice. EBLIP is an open access, peer reviewed journal that is published quarterly, hosted by the University of Alberta Learning Services, and supported by an international team of editorial advisors.
The purpose of the journal is to provide a forum for librarians and other information professionals to discover research that may contribute to decision making in professional practice. EBLIP publishes original research and commentary on the topic of evidence based library and information practice, as well as reviews of previously published research (evidence summaries) on a wide number of topics. To access all reader features of the journal, such as the ability to comment on articles and receive e-mail notification of new issues, please register and sign in.
Vol 9, No 1 (2014) Table of Contents Editorial Articles Review Articles Evidence Summaries Using Evidence in Practice Commentaries News/Announcements. Library Journal: Library News, Reviews and Views. Libraries.