Category: evidence-based practice

EBLIP chat: Day 7 – Local evidence

#blogjune Day 7: I briefly chat about what consists as local evidence, examples and a few questions I invite data owners and library leaders to reflect upon about their own local evidence. Transcript G’day, I am Alisa Howlett, from the University of Southern Queensland library talking about all things evidence-based library...

EBLIP chat: Day 6 – Research evidence

#blogjune Day 6: I briefly chat about research evidence, as one of the three types of evidence in evidence-based library and information practice (Koufogiannakis, 2011), as well as a couple of issues of which to be mindful. Transcript G’day, and welcome to this video series chatting about all things evidence-based library...

EBLIP chat: Day 5 – what is evidence?

#blogjune Day 5: In this video I outline three different types of evidence considered as part of the Evidence Based Library and Information Practice model. Transcript G’day and welcome to this video series chatting about all things evidence-based library & information practice – what it is, where it came from, tips and...

EBLIP chat: Day 4 – origins

#blogjune Day 4: I share a brief outline of where the current EBLIP model came from and what we still don’t know too much about within our LIS professional context. Transcript G’day, welcome to this video series chatting about all things evidence-based library & information practice – what it is, where...

EBLIP chat: Day 3 – a few definitions

#blogjune Day 3: Let’s kick off our evidence-based library and information practice (EBLIP) discussions with a few definitions. Transcript G’day, Alisa Howlett here from the University of Southern Queensland library, where I’m here to talk about all things evidence-based practice in the library and information science profession in three minutes...

Introducing the EBLIP chat video series

So #blogjune is on again! And to celebrate this annual event and my return to professional self and life, I’m doing a video series to chat about all things evidence-based library and information practice. In three minutes or less, each video will reflect upon and chat about various aspects of EBLIP....