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“Ask a librarian”: Comparing virtual reference services in an Israeli academic library
Publication date: Available online 7 May 2015
Source:Library & Information Science Research
Author(s): Riki Greenberg , Judit Bar-Ilan
This study considered two Web-based virtual reference services (VRS) at an academic library in Israel: chat (116 interactions) and email (213 exchanges). The contents of a set of questions and answers in both VRS services were analyzed, along with an open-ended questionnaire administered to the library's reference team (n=16). Differences were found in the question and answer distributions. Face-to-face reference is preferred by the librarians although they acknowledge that the best fitting service is dependent on the users' preferences and their information needs.

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"Запитай бібліотекаря": Порівняння віртуальних довідкових послуг в ізраїльській академічній бібліотеці
Дата публікації: Доступний онлайн 7 травня 2015
Джерело: Бібліотека та науково-дослідний Інформація
Автор (и): Ріки Грінберг, Юдіт Бар-Ілан
Це дослідження вважається два віртуальних довідкових служб Web-інтерфейс (VRS) на академічній бібліотеці в Ізраїлі: чат (116 взаємодії) та адресу електронної пошти (213 обміни). Проаналізовано вміст набору питань і відповідей в обох VRS послуг, поряд з відкритого анкети, введеної контрольної групи бібліотеки (п = 16). Відмінності були знайдені в питання і відповідь розподілів. Лицем до лиця посилання воліють бібліотекарів, хоча вони визнають, що краще Місце служби залежить від уподобань користувачів і їх інформаційних потреб.

Improving Services for Patrons with Print Disabilities at Public Libraries (послуги для постійних клієнтів з обмеженими можливостями друку в публічних бібліотеках)
Source: LIBRARY QUARTERLY
Jonathan Lazar and Irene Briggs
The Library Quarterly: Information, Community, Policy, Volume 85, Issue 2, Page 172-184, April 2015.
Review: Linda D. Behen, Recharge Your Library Programs with Pop Culture and Technology: Connect with Today’s Teens (програми з поп-культурі і техніки в бібліотеках для підлітків)
Source: LIBRARY QUARTERLY
Review by: Brian Real
The Library Quarterly: Information, Community, Policy, Volume 85, Issue 2, Page 206-208, April 2015.
Review: Susan Dowd, ed., Beyond Book Sales: The Complete Guide to Raising Real Money for Your Library ( продажа книг: Повне керівництво по отриманню реальних грошей у вашій бібліотеці)
Source: LIBRARY QUARTERLY
Review by: Joyce Garczynski
The Library Quarterly: Information, Community, Policy, Volume 85, Issue 2, Page 218-220, April 2015.
Diversity, Inclusion, and Library and Information Science: An Ongoing Imperative (or Why We Still Desperately Need to Have Discussions about Diversity and Inclusion)
Source: LIBRARY QUARTERLY
Paul T. Jaeger, Lindsay C. Sarin and Kaitlin J. Peterson
The Library Quarterly: Information, Community, Policy, Volume 85, Issue 2, Page 127-132, April 2015
Review: Charles Harmon and Michael Messina, Best Practices: Mobile Library Services
Source: LIBRARY QUARTERLY
Review by: Frank M. Bonnevier
The Library Quarterly, Volume 85, Issue 1, Page 121-123, January 2015.
The Panel Stamp in Early and Modern Bindings
Source: LIBRARY QUARTERLY
Janet E. Scinto
The Library Quarterly, Volume 85, Issue 1, Page 106-111, January 2015.
In Their Own Words: Stories of Emotional Labor from the Library Workforce
Source: LIBRARY QUARTERLY
Miriam L. Matteson, Sharon Chittock and David Mease
The Library Quarterly, Volume 85, Issue 1, Page 85-105, January 2015.
Review: Judith A. Sykes, Conducting Action Research to Evaluate Your School Library
Source: LIBRARY QUARTERLY
Review by: Natalie Greene Taylor
The Library Quarterly, Volume 85, Issue 1, Page 123-125, January 2015.
85 Years of Library Quarterly
Source: LIBRARY QUARTERLY
Paul T. Jaeger, Natalie Greene Taylor, Ursula Gorham, Lindsay C. Sarin, Kaitlin J. Peterson, and Karen Kettnich
The Library Quarterly, Volume 85, Issue 1, Page 1-5, January 2015.
Review: Adele M. Fasick and Leslie Edmonds Holt, eds., Managing Children’s Services in Libraries
Source: LIBRARY QUARTERLY
Review by: Amanda Waugh
The Library Quarterly, Volume 85, Issue 1, Page 119-121, January 2015.
 What do academic libraries tweet about, and what makes a library tweet useful? (Твітер у бібліотеках)

      Publication date: October 2014
      Source:
Library & Information Science Research, Volume 36, Issues 3–4
      Author(s): Besiki Stvilia , Leila Gibradze

      People spend an increasing amount of time using social media systems to network, share information, learn, or engage in leisure activities (e.g., gaming). Libraries too are establishing a social media presence to promote the library and provide services to user populations through the social media systems the users frequent. This study explores Twitter uses by six large academic libraries and factors that make library tweets useful. 752 tweets were analyzed by topic to develop a subject typology of library tweets. In addition, tweets and Twitter user characteristics were analyzed to explore what makes library tweets useful, as measured by the number of retweets and favorites received. Content analysis of the samples of library tweets revealed nine content types, with the event and resource categories being the most frequent. In addition, the analysis showed that tweets related to study support services and building and maintaining connections with the library community were the most frequently retweeted and selected as favorites. The presence of a URL in the tweet was positively associated with the number of retweets, and the number of users followed was positively associated with the number of favorites received. Finally, a negative correlation was found between the account age and number of favorites.

An empirical study of factors influencing user perception of university digital libraries in China (Емпіричне дослідження факторів, що впливають на користувача сприйняття університетських цифрових бібліотек в Китаї)
       Publication date: October 2014
      Source:Library & Information Science Research, Volume 36, Issues 3–4
      Author(s): Chang-Ping Hu , Yuan Hu , Wei-Wei Yan
      Studies of the resources and services provided through university digital libraries have focused on evaluation criteria which consider usability, content, technology, and context. The factors influencing user perception of university digital libraries have not been explored and discussed from the perspective of specific library service types. Structural equation modeling was used to explore influencing factors and the relationships among them, based on 353 responses to survey questionnaires regarding academic DLs in China. Findings show that information providing services, information retrieval services, and individual services are direct influencing factors, while information organizing services affect user perception indirectly through information retrieval services and individual services. Various services also demonstrate interactions.

The Library Assemblage: Creative Institutions in an Information Society (Бібліотеки: творчі інститути в інформаційному суспільстві)
      Author(s): Natasha Gerolami et al
      Source: J DOCUMENTATION
      Journal of Documentation, Volume 71, Issue 1, January 2015.
      Purpose The article provides a theoretical analysis of the concept of an “institution” in order to understand the potential of the library as an institution. Design/methodology/approach The work of Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari is used to build a theoretical foundation from which to construct a vision of institutions, particularly libraries, as a tools for social justice rather than market forces. Findings It is possible to analyse institutions and libraries in particular, in terms of codes and rules that constrain behaviour. The concept of institutions as assemblages can be used as an alternative in order to emphasise the creative and transformative potential of institutions. Originality/value The article contributes to a small body of critical literature that examines the theoretical principles that can ground library services as tools for advocacy.

Effects of librarian-provided services in healthcare settings: a systematic review (Вивчення ефективності бібліотечних послуг в медичних установах:)
      Author(s): Perrier, L., Farrell, A., Ayala, A. P., Lightfoot, D., Kenny, T., Aaronson, E., Allee, N., Brigham, T., Connor, E., Constantinescu, T., Muellenbach, J., Epstein, H.-A. B., Weiss, A.
      Source: J THE AMERICAN MEDICAL INFORMATICS ASSOCIATION

      Objective To assess the effects of librarian-provided services in healthcare settings on patient, healthcare provider, and researcher outcomes.
      Materials and methods
Medline, CINAHL, ERIC, LISA (Library and Information Science Abstracts), and the Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials were searched from inception to June 2013. Studies involving librarian-provided services for patients encountering the healthcare system, healthcare providers, or researchers were eligible for inclusion. All librarian-provided services in healthcare settings were considered as an intervention, including hospitals, primary care settings, or public health clinics.
      Results
Twenty-five articles fulfilled our eligibility criteria, including 22 primary publications and three companion reports. The majority of studies (15/22 primary publications) examined librarians providing instruction in literature searching to healthcare trainees, and measured literature searching proficiency. Other studies analyzed librarian-provided literature searching services and instruction in question formulation as well as the impact of librarian-provided services on patient length of stay in hospital. No studies were found that investigated librarians providing direct services to researchers or patients in healthcare settings.
      Conclusions Librarian-provided services directed to participants in training programs (eg, students, residents) improve skills in searching the literature to facilitate the integration of research evidence into clinical decision-making. Services provided to clinicians were shown to be effective in saving time for health professionals and providing relevant information for decision-making. Two studies indicated patient length of stay was reduced when clinicians requested literature searches related to a patient's case. 

Library Research and What Libraries Actually Do Now: Education, Inclusion, Social Services, Public Spaces, Digital Literacy, Social Justice, Human Rights, and Other Community Needs
Source: LIBRARY QUARTERLY
Paul T. Jaeger, Ursula Gorham, Natalie Greene Taylor, Karen Kettnich, Lindsay C. Sarin, and Kaitlin J. Peterson
The Library Quarterly, Volume 84, Issue 4, Page 491-493, October 2014.
His Early Years: Researching Public Library Connectivity
Source: LIBRARY QUARTERLY
Denise M. Davis
The Library Quarterly, Volume 84, Issue 4, Page 419-425, October 2014.
From Dialup to Digital Inclusion: Leading the Way in Library Data
Source: LIBRARY QUARTERLY
Michael Crandall
The Library Quarterly, Volume 84, Issue 4, Page 436-443, October 2014.
Closing One Chapter, Opening Another: Moving Library Quarterly Forward
Source: LIBRARY QUARTERLY
John Carlo Bertot
The Library Quarterly, Volume 84, Issue 4, Page 489-490, October 2014.
      Marginalia as Message: Affordances for Reader-to-Reader Communication (Ставлення користувачів до анотацій на книги)
Author(s): (Muhamed Fajkovic, Lennart Björneborn)
Source: J DOCUMENTATION
Abstract
Purpose - This study aims to investigate readers' annotations in library books and attitudes towards marginalia among library users. In particular, the study discusses how marginalia function as reader-to-reader communication.Design/methodology/approach - The study used data collected from both public library and university library collections, as well as a user survey conducted among library users. The empirical results are discussed in relation to theories of affordances, in order to understand what characterizes the socio-physical realm within which marginalia exist (RQ1), and what specific conditions make marginalia possible as a communicative act between readers (RQ2).Findings - The study suggests that marginalia in library books are mainly by-products of reading/studying processes. The user survey depicts an overall picture of ambiguous attitudes towards marginalia. It is argued that marginalia seen as communication rely heavily on the proximity of the context and the permanence of the physical medium. Three distinctive categories are proposed for classifying marginalia according to their relationship with the text: a) embedded; b) evaluative; c) extratextual. In spite of being an often unwanted communication, marginalia thus still function as an additional layer to the main message of the primary text.Research limitations/implications - The findings are indicative pointing to follow-up studies that may further validate them. The study contributes to a referential frame for future studies on the subject. Originality/value - The study addresses factual and communicative aspects of marginalia less covered in previous research, thus providing a basis for further research also in relation to designing affordances for annotations in e-books.

     Perceived outcomes of public libraries in Finland, Norway and the Netherlands (Дослідження відносин між поставкою бібліотечних послуг та їх використанням і вигод, що випливають із їх використання у всіх основних областях життя) 
Author(s): (Pertti Vakkari, Svanhild Aabø, Ragnar Audunson, Frank Huysmans, Marjolein Oomes)
Source: J DOCUMENTATION
Abstract
Purpose - The aim of the study is to compare the perceived benefits of public libraries and their structure in the major areas of life between Finland, Norway and the NetherlandsDesign/methodology/approach - The data was based on representative samples of Finnish, Norwegian and Dutch adult library users. In Finland a mail survey was used and in Norway and the Netherlands web surveys were used for data collection. The distribution of the proportion of those benefiting from the library in various areas of life at least sometimes was compared across countries. The structure of benefits was compared across countries by factor analysis.Findings - The results showed that the level of the nineteen benefits observed was considerably higher, and the range of benefits remarkably broader in Finland compared to Norway and the Netherlands. It is likely that the greater supply of library services in Finland compared to the other two countries explains the differences in benefits derived from the public library. The study validated the measurement instrument for the perceived overall outcomes of public libraries.Research limitations/implications - Comparing only three countries is too limited for producing valid results on the relations between the supply of library services and their use and the benefits derived from that use. Analysing these associations in a larger sample of countries would create reliable results also for policy making.Practical implications - The policy implications of these findings are discussed.Originality/value - This is the first across-country comparison observing perceived benefits of public libraries across major areas of life.

      The patron as producer: libraries, web 2.0, and participatory culture (Теоретична основа для застосування веб-технологій 2.0 в бібліотеках)
Author(s):
(Joseph Deodato)

Source: J DOCUMENTATION
Abstract
Purpose - This article offers a theoretical framework for applying Web 2.0 technologies and design principles to the development of participatory cultures within libraries. A participatory culture is one that focuses on facilitating interaction and the creation of content by users rather than the consumption of content created or compiled by experts.Design/methodology/approach - This study is a literature-based theoretical analysis that explores the role of libraries as agents of cultural hegemony and techniques for developing socially responsible library praxis. It combines insights from a variety of discourses including Western Marxist theories of hegemony, critical theories of library and information science, professional literature regarding "Library 2.0" service models, and media studies theories of participatory culture.Findings - Libraries do not just organize knowledge; they construct it. Furthermore, these constructions tend to reinforce dominant discourses while marginalizing others. By adopting participatory technologies and design principles, libraries can support greater diversity of expression and create spaces for marginalized discourses.Practical implications - This article offers suggestions for applying principles of participatory culture to the design of library services such as collection development, cataloging and classification, reference, instruction, and institutional repositories.Originality/value - This article provides a conceptual framework for understanding and evaluating the significance of Web 2.0 for LIS by applying theoretical perspectives from other disciplines.
     Review: Carol Smallwood and Kim Becnel, eds., Library Services for Multicultural Patrons: Strategies to Encourage Library Use 

Source: LIBRARY QUARTERLY
Review by: Elizabeth DeCoster
The Library Quarterly, Volume 84, Issue 3, Page 410-412, July 2014.
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