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FOLIOz: Facilitated Online Learning as an Interactive Opportunity

 

Evidence Based Library and Information Practice: Delivering Services that Shine (EBLIP-Gloss)

 

About EBLIP-Gloss...

Welcome to the EBLIP-Gloss web pages. EBLIP-Gloss is an online interactive course on evidence based library and information practice that is being delivered by email and Web pages. The course was commissioned by the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) as a FOLIOz course for Australian librarians during September-November 2010. It has been designed to equip information professionals with a working knowledge of evidence based library and information practice and to provide them with the confidence and knowledge required to introduce an evidence based approach into their daily practice.

 

The EBLIP-Gloss course began on Monday 13th September 2010 and ends on Friday 22nd October 2010. To keep track of the course, see the EBLIP-Gloss archive. To see an outline of course materials and exercises, browse the EBLIP-Gloss course timetable.

 

Course aim...

This course aims to equip information professionals with a working knowledge of evidence based library and information practice and to provide them with the confidence and knowledge required to introduce an evidence based approach into their daily practice.

 

Course objectives...

By the end of this course participants will be able to:

· Identify the drivers for EBLIP and its importance as a model for lifelong learning.

· Assess the opportunities for individual and service development offered by an evidence based approach.

· Describe the main stages of the EBLIP process and their application to day-to-day service delivery.

· Practise the key technical skills required for utilisation and application of the evidence in daily decision-making.

· Identify major priorities for the further development and take-up of the evidence based approach in library and information services.

· Engage with fellow participants in discussing issues connected with use of the evidence base.

 

EBLIP-Gloss Course Materials...

 

Key materials:

 

 

Self Directed Route Information

Portfolio Submission Instructions

 

Reading:

Course Introduction

Course FAQs

 

Briefings:

The Context for EBLIP

Ask

Acquire

Appraise

Apply

 

Guest Lecture:

The Evidence Based Practice Process Presentation

The Evidence Based Practice Process Transcript

 

The Future of EBLIP, slides with audio

The Furture of EBLIP, slides 

 

 

Videos

Conference Presentations and Workshops

 

Buddy Group List

Find out who is in your buddy group at: buddy group list

 

Competition answers

 

Useful references

For more information about using an evidence based approach in delivering effective services see the following references:

Booth,A. and Brice,A. (2004) Evidence-Based Practice for Information Professionals: A Handbook London: Facet Publishing. ISBN: 9781856044714

Connor,E. (2007) Evidence-based Librarianship: Case Studies and Active Learning Exercises Oxford: Chandos Publishing. ISBN: 1843342995

Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (Open Access Journal)

Libraries Using Evidence EBLIP Toolkit

 

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