Category: reflections

EBLIP chat: Day 19 – A need for an organisational EBP model

#blogjune Day 19: I introduce my ‘organisational lens’ for evidence-based library and information practice by explaining its need and my thinking behind the model. Transcript G’day and welcome to this video series chatting about all things evidence-based¬†library and informational practice. I’m Alisa Howlett, the Coordinator of¬†Evidence-Based Practice at the University...
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Looking back, looking forward: 2017 in review

2017, certainly in my part of the world has been a year of transformation and renewal. My biggest challenges have also been my biggest achievements. Previous years of beavering away has been recognised. And this year, I’ve taken leaps of faith, personally and professionally. Here’s my year in review. Started...
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What I want to learn in 2017

I’ve just made it in for #glamblogclub blogging prompt for January. Phew! So I’m going to jump right in…..actually, ‘jumping in’ will be something of a theme this year. 2017 will be a year of go, go, go! Now to some, this may not be a surprise. And others might...