Category Archives: IRDL

Rolling with the punches while doing research

I recently picked up Allison‘s journal article because I was excited to read about the completed research project of one of the IRDL Scholars. Her project used the mechanism of vignettes to solicit feedback from library patrons about the words … Continue reading

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The Evolution of the Personal Networks of Novice Librarian Researchers

Have you ever written something you’re really excited about? That was my mood while writing our latest article, “The evolution of the personal networks of novice librarian researchers.” Why so excited, you ask? It’s the first time in our field … Continue reading

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Research Day presentation draft

I’m presenting at the upcoming SCELC Research Day on March 4, 2014. Here’s my presentation draft! Guess I’d better get to work. Title: Academic Librarian Research: Survey Results Leading to Action Abstract: This presentation records the process of taking an … Continue reading

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Update: Institute for Research Design in Librarianship

The development of the inaugural Institute for Research Design in Librarianship is going spectacularly well. We’ve had a conference call with both our Advisory Board and instruction team, and are eagerly awaiting the receipt of your applications. The application site … Continue reading

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If you want to go far, go together.

If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. – African proverb A few years ago I approached the dean of our library (Kristine Brancolini) with an idea to develop an institute for … Continue reading

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