ERIC Number: EJ877349
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2008
Reference Count: 0
Outside Looking in: Exploring Constituent Attitudes and Library Partnerships
Lindsay, Elizabeth Blakesley, Ed.
Public Services Quarterly, v4 n2 p163-167 2008
In this paper, the author discusses various articles that offer practical programs, as well as detailed analysis of data, highlighting the breadth and depth of librarians' literature. These are: (1) Albitz, R. S. (2007). "The what and who of information literacy and critical thinking in higher education." "Portal: Libraries and the Academy, 7(1), 97-109; (2) Kasperek, S., Johnson, A., Fotta, K., & Craig, F. (2007, January). "Do a little dance: The impact on students when librarians get involved in extracurricular activities." "The Journal of Academic Librarianship," 33(1), 118-126; (3) Lynch, B. P., Murray-Rust, C., Parker, S. E., Turner, D., Parr Walker, D., Wilkinson, F., & Zimmerman, J. (2007, May). "Attitudes of presidents and provosts on the academic library." "College and Research Libraries," 68(3), 213-227; (4) Martell, C. (2007, September). "The elusive user: Changing use patterns in academic libraries 1995 to 2004." "College and Research Libraries," 68(2), 435-444; (5) Stevens, C. R. (2007, March). "Beyond preaching to the choir: Information literacy, faculty outreach and disciplinary journals." "The Journal of Academic Librarianship," 33(2), 256-267; (6) Vondracek, R. (2007). "Comfort and convenience? Why students choose alternatives to the library." "Portal: Libraries and the Academy," 7(3), 277-293; and (7) Wagner, A. & Tysick, B and C. (2007). "Onsite reference and instruction services: Setting up shop where our patrons live." "Reference & User Services Quarterly," 46(4), 60-65.
Descriptors: Use Studies, Library Research, Library Services, Academic Libraries, Information Literacy, Critical Thinking, Extracurricular Activities, Librarians, Administrator Attitudes, Outreach Programs, College Faculty, Library Instruction
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: Higher Education; Postsecondary Education
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