Vol 33, No 104 (2009)

Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
Miggie Pickton 1-2

Invited Contributions

The information society: does it need the information professions? PDF
John Feather 3-10
Why can't every year be a National Year of Reading? An evaluation of the NYR in Yorkshire PDF
Carolynn Rankin, Avril Brock, Jackie Matthews 11-25
Filling a gap: would evidence-based school librarianship work in the UK? PDF
Cristina Sacco Ritchie 26-35


Establishing the context for your research project PDF
Janet Clapton 36-44

Research Articles

"E-books are good if there are no copies left": a survey of e-book usage at UWE Library Services PDF
Jacqueline Ann Chelin, Jason Briddon, Elspeth Williams, Jane Redman, Alastair Sleat, Greg Ince 45-65

Book Reviews

GODWIN, Peter and PARKER, Jo. (eds.) Information literacy meets Library 2.0. London: Facet Publishing. 2008. PDF
Monica Blake 66-67
GORMAN, G.E. and CLAYTON, P. Qualitative Research for the Information Professional: A Practical Handbook. London: Facet Publishing. 2005. PDF
Juliet Eve 68-69
CRAVEN, J. (ed.) Web Accessibility: practical advice for the library and information professional. London: Facet Publishing. 2008. PDF
Virginia Havergal 70-71
DEWE, Michael (ed.) Renewing our libraries: case studies in re-planning and refurbishment. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing Ltd. 2009. PDF
Stephen Mossop 72-73

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