Brief survey: the subject doctorate in academic libraries

I write to invite you to participate in a brief survey of academic librarians with PhDs in subjects outside of information and library science. The findings of this survey will inform my research at the School of Information and Library Science at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill and will improve the

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Survey: Librarians’ Perception and Use of ACRL Visual Literacy Standards

Please consider participating in a research study on academic librarians’ perceptions and use of the ACRL Visual Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education in their instruction and/or research. We are interested in hearing from both librarians who have used the ACRL Visual Literacy Standards and those who have not. If you are an academic librarian

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Librarian Wellness Survey

We will be closing the survey on Thursday, April 19, 2018.  Thank you! We are hospital librarians and we received a small grant from the Mid Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association to conduct a research survey looking at the wellness behaviors of librarians. Our research proposal has been reviewed and approved

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Librarian Wellness Survey

Please excuse any cross-postings. Dear Librarians— We are hospital librarians and we received a small grant from the Mid Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association to conduct a research survey looking at the wellness behaviors of librarians.  Our research proposal has been reviewed and approved by the Children’s National Institutional Review

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Survey on Clinical Librarian Services and Impact

The Health Sciences Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is conducting a research study on the essential services provided by clinical librarians. This study addresses a gap in the clinical librarianship literature on the activities and impact of services by clinical librarians worldwide. Our analysis of current trends in

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