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Research Support Priorities of and Relationships among Librarians and Research Administrators: A Content Analysis of the Professional Literature
(Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 2018)
Objective - This research studied the recent literature of two professions, library and information studies (LIS) and research administration (RA), to map the priorities and concerns of each with regard to research support. ...
Information literacy policy development in Canada: Is it time?
(Partnership : the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research;, 2013)
This article examines policy issues related to information literacy in Canada. It provides some background on the information literacy concept, reflecting on popular definitions offered by American, British, and Australian ...
Information Use Skills in the Engineering Program Accreditation Criteria of Four Countries
(Taylor & Francis, 2013)
The need for 21st century information skills in engineering practice, combined with the importance for engineering programs of meeting accreditation requirements, suggests that it may be worthwhile to explore the potential ...
Information literacy in the programmatic university accreditation standards of select professions in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia
(Journal of Information Literacy, 2013-06)
University accreditation schemes, in some form or other, are ubiquitous among English-language speaking countries around the world. Some countries employ national or regional accreditation processes, and a few authors have ...
Information Literacy Articles in Science Pedagogy Journals
(Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 2013)
This study sought to determine the extent to which articles about information literacy-related topics have been published in science pedagogy journals. It also explored the nature of these references, in terms of authorship, ...
Chapter C: Region North America
(Association of College and Research Libraries, 2017)