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Items where Subject is "Z665 Library Science. Information Science"

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Emary, Leah (2008) The ArXiv as a Model for Open Access: An Anthropological Perspective. In: Berlin 6 Open Access Conference, 11-13 Nov 2008, Düsseldorf, Germany.

Emary, Leah Ethnographically-inspired usability testing. In: Information: interactions and impact, 23-26 June 2015, Aberdeen, Scotland.

Emary, Leah (2009) If Malinowski had been a Blogger. LIBREAS. Library Ideas (14).

Emary, Leah (2015) Librarians are already in the field: how and why to begin ethnographic fieldwork. Bibliothek - Forschung und Praxis, 39 (2). pp. 138-142.

Emary, Leah (2016) The why, what and how of using ethnography for designing user experience in libraries (and a few pitfalls to avoid. In: Priestner, Andy and Borg, Matt, (eds.) UX in Libraries. Routledge, pp. 68-83

Emary, Leah, Watt, Victoria and McCluskey, Clare (2014) Little and often: Exploring the potential of information literacy mini lessons. In: LILAC, 23-25 April 2014, Sheffield, UK.

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McCluskey-Dean, Clare (2015) 10 Days of RefWorks. ALISS Quarterly, 10 (4). pp. 18-20.

McCluskey-Dean, Clare (2010) Beyond the library: reflections from a librarian in an academic faculty. Health information & libraries journal, 27 (Sep, J). pp. 249-252.

McCluskey-Dean, Clare (2014) IFLA information literacy satellite meeting, Limerick, 14th-15th August 2014. Journal of Information Literacy, 8 (2). pp. 145-146.

McCluskey-Dean, Clare (2017) Researching my own practice : doing a professional doctorate as a librarian. SCONUL Focus, 69. pp. 59-61.

McCluskey-Dean, Clare (2016) An investigation into information literacy communities of practice in higher education. In: Value and Virtue Conference 2016, 5-6 July 2016, York St John University.

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Peach, Thomas (2018) “If you could, how would you?” - educating your staff and students about copyright. In: Copyright Information & Technologies in Education (CITE) Forum for Higher Education (HE), 31 May 2018, University of Sheffield. (Unpublished)

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Spring, Hannah (2018) Innovation, engagement and development: moving forward in health information settings. Health Information and Libraries Journal.

Spring, Hannah, Doherty, Patrick, Boyes, Chris and Wilshaw, Kim (2014) Research engagement in health librarianship: Outcomes of a focus group. Library & Information Science Research, 36 (3-4). pp. 142-153.

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