Vol 35, No 111 (2011)

Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
Miggie Pickton 1 - 2

Invited Contributions

A bibliometric approach to evaluating the impact of national libraries PDF
David Hunter, Paul Hambelton 3-19

Research Articles

Portable devices- libraries trying to meet the demands of the iPhone generation PDF
Lisa Sara Anderson, Jonathan Andrews 20-32
Practical tips on interviewing the great and the good PDF
Barbara Jo Buckley Owen 33-40

Refereed Research Articles

Considering the place of practice-based evidence within Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (EBLIP) PDF
Denise Koufogiannakis 41- 58
Creating information literacy partnerships in Higher Education PDF
Clare Joanne McCluskey 59 - 72
Quantitative vs. qualitative – do different research methods give us consistent information about our users and their library space needs? PDF
Susan E Montgomery 73 - 86
The onus on us? Stage one in developing an i-Trust model for our users. PDF
Alison Jane Pickard, Pat Gannon-Leary, Lynne Coventry 87 - 104

Book Reviews

FOSTER, Allen and RAFFERTY, Pauline (eds). Innovations in information retrieval: Perspectives for theory and practice. London: Facet Publishing. 2011. PDF
Iain Dunbar 105 - 106
RUECKER, Stan, RADZIKOWSKA, Milena and SINCLAIR, Stéfan. Visual interface design for digital cultural heritage: A guide to rich-prospect browsing. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing. 2011. PDF
Eric Jukes 107 - 110
BRYSON, Jo. Managing Information Services: A sustainable approach. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing. 2011. PDF
Elizabeth Tilley 111 - 112

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