Issue 8/9 2007 Change management in academic libraries 1
Issue 6/7 2007
Issue 4/5 2007 Globalisation, culture and social capital library professionals on the move
Issue 3 2007
Issue 1/2 2007 Management innovation and library services Part 2. Selected papers from the 3rd Shanghai International Library Forum
Quantitative representation of school library service quality in Yogyakarta: evaluation using Libqual +Tm methodArina Faila Saufa
The purpose was to measure the service quality of school library in Yogyakarta based on user perceptions using the Libqual +TM method that used three dimensional indicators;…
Peter Lor’s contributions to library and information science and practice are myriad. This essay focusses on his contributions to the International Federation of Library…
Capacity-building practices for librarians' effective service delivery in federal university libraries in NigeriaPatrick Chijioke Igbokwe
The study examined capacity-building practices for librarians' effective library service delivery in Federal University Libraries in Nigeria.
The aim of this paper is to investigate the needs of lecturers and learners for digital scholarship services (DSS) and to suggest recommendations for the development of DSS at…
The state of embedded librarianship in the university research processes in selected African academic librariesAnna Leonard, Josiline Chigwada, Gilbert Mushi
This study aims to examine the state of embedded librarianship in African academic libraries by exploring the extent of librarian embedment in research processes in selected…
Assessment of the influence of intrinsic motivation on undergraduate students' usage of library facilities in the Federal University Oye-Ekiti, NigeriaMensah Prince Osiesi, Adebolu Folajimi Adekoya, Chigozie Celestina Oke, Adenike Lucia Aruleba, Adejimi Oluwatobi Busiyi
This study assessed students' intrinsic motivation (basic psychological needs) as predictor of their usage of library facilities in the Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Nigeria.
The missing link: the capacity development for academic librarians to sustain citizen science at university librariesModiehi Winnie Rammutloa
This paper reports on research into the skills and services required to ensure the sustainability of citizen science as a service in university libraries.
Australian public libraries during the COVID-19 crisis: operations, management and service provisionSimon Wakeling, Jane Garner, Mary Anne Kennan, Philip Hider, Hamid R. Jamali, Holly Eva Katherine Randell-Moon, Yazdan Mansourian
The purpose of this research was to investigate how Australian public libraries responded to the COVID-19 pandemic in terms of management, planning and communication. The study…
This study examines the working skills of Vietnamese librarians in terms of technical, human and conceptual skills. Then, this study suggests recommendations to improve their…
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