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Barriers in LIS Scholarship in India: Some observations: Some Observations

Although LIS research output, globally, has increased in recent years, why is there a dearth in LIS research from countries like India in the Global South? What barriers and challenges impede LIS researchers’ active participation in scholarly…

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Virtualization of Research Data Services during the COVID-19 Pandemic as an Opportunity to Enhance Research Data Support

For Canadian academic libraries, the emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic necessitated an unprecedented switch to virtual services. An abrupt halt to in-person activities required almost all libraries to utilize new technologies in order to continue…

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Overview of Development and Recent Trends in Bibliometrics and Research Evaluation

This paper is an overview of bibliometrics, a subfield of library and information science. It briefly explains what bibliometrics is and why it is important in research evaluation and impact analysis. It summarizes the latest development and trends…

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Accessing CALASYS of the Chinese American Librarians Association: A Survey

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Poster presentation at the ALA Annual 2023.

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What Is a Research Core? A Primer on a Critical Component of the Research Enterprise

Notwithstanding the disruptions caused by the pandemic, the global academic research enterprise continues to grow. In the US, pandemic-related funding provided by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has already provided a boost for academic…

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The CALA Annual Jing Liao Award for the Best Research

"The pursuit of excellence in research and service was what defined the career of Jing Liao (1954-2011), a long-time CALA member and a devoted and accomplished librarian at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The establishment of this…

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Three Years of Unmediated Document Delivery : An Analysis and Consideration of Collection Development Priorities

Like most academic libraries, San José State University Library is struggling to meet users’ rising expectations for immediate information within the financial confines of a flat budget. To address acquisition of nonsubscribed article content,…

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Increasing of libraries' value : both public and academic libraries deliver electronic information resources

With innovative uses of technologies and development, especially internet using to deliver and share information in both public and academic institutions, libraries are facing to migrate from print repositories to information service centers, and…

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Discovery of Students' Learning Skills Through Library Statistic to Transform or Innovate Services

Through presenting Laney College students' diverse, the author introduced the changes of library information literacy instruction outcomes, which aligned with ACRL Frameworks for Information Literacy for Higher Education, and modifications of…

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