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Mixed methods research in library and information science: A methodological review
Information behaviour of undergraduate students using Facebook Confessions for educational purposes
Open enough? Eight factors to consider when transitioning from closed to open resources and courses: A conceptual framework
Exploring value as a dimension of professional information literacy
LIS Practitioner-focused Research Trends Toward Open Access Journals, Academic-focused Research Toward Traditional Journals [Evidence Summary]
The Changing Research Data Landscape and the Experiences of Ethics Review Board Chairs: Implications for Library Practice and Partnerships
Undergraduate Students' Academic Information and Help-Seeking Behaviours using an Anonymous Facebook Confessions Page
The Representation of Library Value in Extra-Institutional Evaluations of University Quality
Embeddedness Creates Opportunities for Enhanced Library Liaison Services and Relationships [Evidence Summary]
Early career researchers demand full-text and rely on Google to find scholarly sources [Evidence Summary]
Supporting Indigenous Studies Programs Through Sustainable Budget Allocation
Some LIS Faculty Indicate Reservations about Open Access [Evidence Summary]
Open Access Complements Interlibrary Loan Services, but Additional User Education is Needed [Evidence Summary]
University Rankings: How Well Do They Measure Library Service Quality?
Students and Libraries May Benefit from Late Night Hours [Evidence Summary]
Sustainable decision making for emerging educational technologies in libraries
LIS Periodicals Contain a Low Percentage of Articles that Qualify as Research [Evidence Summary]
Editors View the Continuous Publication Model as a Satisfactory Alternative for Open Access LIS Journals [Evidence Summary]
Using and Experiencing the Academic Library: A Multi-Site Observational Study of Space and Place
Evidence Summary: First Year University Students Arrive with Some Search Skills, But Struggle with Scholarly Sources