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Reading research and librarianship
Bibliography, p359-370. - Includes index.
|Series||Contributions in librarianship and information science -- no.36|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||385|
By its use of case studies, in-depth analysis of issues, and the results of recent research, The New Review of Children's Literature and Librarianship provides a source of informed comment and.
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Research on Libraries and Librarianship in in Bowker Annual Mary Jo Lynch Director, ALA Office for Research and Statistics Note: This Reading research and librarianship book is posted with permission from The Bowker Annual Library and Book Trade Almanac,published by Information Today, Inc.
The Journal of Research in Reading provides an international forum for research focusing on literacy.
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Aimed at practitioners and students of librarianship, this book is about interesting and unusual practical projects currently being run by academic liaison librarians. It shows how liaison librarians can extend their roles beyond the established one of information literacy teaching and showcases areas in which they can engage in collaborative.
Reading Bestsellers Survey. Febru You are invited to participate in this research study about the types of books that you read, how you choose them and whether or not you share your thoughts about reading with anyone. The survey is in English, but there is an opportunity for you to tell us about other languages that you read in.
Over 12 years of follow-up, book readers were 20% less likely to die than non-book readers. Overall, the researchers calculated that book reading was associated with an Author: Thu-Huong Ha.
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Teaching Literary Research: Challenges in a Changing Environment is a collection of essays that explores the relationship between information literacy and literary research. English professors and librarians provide perspectives on this relationship through presentations of best practices in teaching students from first year undergraduate through graduate levels.
Research at the University of Reading is expanding the edges of human discovery. Working across continents and disciplines, our researchers explore ways to tackle climate change, improve human health, provide food security and understand human culture.
A collection of essays by prolific book-loving librarian Lawrence Clark Powell on his usual topics: music, the Southwest, authors he liked, book-collecting, and of course, : Oleg Kagan.
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This paper reports on a research study investigating the role of pleasure reading in the lives of 12—15 year old residents of an eastern Canadian regional municipality.
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This book features original research, reflective essays and conversations, and dialogues that consider the relationships between theory, practice, and critical librarianship through the lenses of the histories of librarianship and critical librarianship, intellectual and activist communities, professional practices, information literacy.
Book bento boxes: Creative reading response Dr Jennie Bales, a lecturer in the School of Information Studies at Charles Sturt University, and Louise Saint-John, an English teacher and teacher librarian, collaborate in this article that features an engaging strategy for creative responses to texts.
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This attempt at "an updated and comprehensive overview of the ethics of librarianship" finds much of common library practice unethical. After reading it, one wonders if it is possible to be an ethical Read full review.Research ebook also require that students learn how to gather information and cite their sources correctly.
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