Social media is a great tool to engage with library users. However, the need to be constantly creative and active can be challenging at times. In this issue, we asked Jacky Leung, Information Instruction Librarian and his colleagues at the HKUST library to share their thoughts with us on using social media to drive library engagement.
Understanding the licensing process for online content may seem daunting for those without legal background. Rachel Becker, Copyright & Emerging Technologies Librarian, Madison Area Technical College shares some great resources to get you started.
This February, you may have missed a shocking discovery – Unicorns! This unknown species to science was discovered in an unexplored valley of the Andes Mountain… or was it?
How do you promote a library service or resource that you cannot physically see, hold or enter? Elizabeth Lorbeer reveals how you can successfully market your digital library, go out within your community and elevate each library user’s success.
Does nursing need evidence? What are the kinds of evidence that nursing requires? Professor Andrew Jull from Auckland University (Nursing) shares insights on the role of evidence and Cochrane in nursing care.
More than half of the results from clinical trials go unreported despite the clear scientific, ethical, and moral obligations that researchers have to report the results of their research. Why is that so?
A lay summary can be a valuable tool to tell the story of your research and will improve the visibility and transparency of your work. Here are 6 tips to writing one.