Tag: reflection

Living evidence-based practice: Part 1

My expertise in evidence-based library and information practice (EBLIP) has developed academically, both in the LIS degree program and through undertaking research; applying evidence-based approaches to government record keeping policy in my early career days; being a guide, facilitator and mentor of EBLIP across the library in a previous role....

5 ways for goal setting this year

This past week or so, apart from finally getting round to painting the kitchen, I made time for reflection and goal setting. Even before a framework like ‘SMART goals’ can be applied, goal setting begins with reflection, evaluation, digging around to gain clarity of direction or focus. Through the process,...

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....
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APLIC Reflections: Part 2

This is Part 2 of a reflection mini-series on the Asia-Pacific Library and Information Conference (APLIC). APLIC was held on the Gold Coast, from 30th July to 2nd August 2018. APLIC was put together by a joint effort between the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA), Library and Information Association of...
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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...