I gave a talk at the USNA Conference on Teaching and Learning, called Scholarly publishing and you! Slides are available here, and the session description is below: The world of scholarly communications and publishing has undergone some remarkable shifts in recent years. But what does this mean for you, as a researcher and scholar? This […]
I will be moderating an on-demand panel discussion, Conducting and supporting research synthesis: Librarian roles, competencies, and collaborations, at the 2021 ALA Annual Conference. Speakers include Whitney Townsend (University of Michigan), Zahra Premji (University of Calgary), Marcus Spann (Louisiana State University), Amy Riegelman (University of Minnesota), Claire Wiley (Belmont University), and Meggan Houlihan (Colorado State […]
Meggan Houlihan, Claire Walker Wiley and I gave a talk on the final piece of our multi-method study on business information literacy at LOEX 2021. This work was funded by the BRASS Emerald Research Grant Award. Citation, session description, and outcomes are below, and slides are linked here. Wiley, C. W., Houlihan, M., Click, A. […]
Houlihan, M. A., Click, A. B., & Wiley, C. W. (2020). Twenty years of business information literacy research: A scoping review. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 15(4), 124-163. https://doi.org/10.18438/eblip29745 Objective – This study analyzes and synthesizes the business information literacy (BIL) literature, with a focus on trends in publication type, study design, research topic, and recommendations […]
Claire Walker Wiley, Meggan Houlihan, and I wrote a chapter for the recent ACRL publication, Reflections on practitioner research: a practical guide for information professionals. You can find our chapter here: “Evidence-based practice in LIS: the systematic review.”
Rachel Borchardt and I published an article in Evidence Based Library & Information Practice. Citation and abstract are below. Citation Click, A. B., & Borchardt, R. (2019). Library supported open access funds: criteria, impact, and viability. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 14(4), 21-37. https://doi.org/10.18438/eblip29623 Abstract Objective – This study analyzes scholarly publications supported by library […]
I was asked to speak on a panel at the American Library Association’s Annual Conference in June 2019. The panel was called Leaning international: Stories from the field, and included six librarians who had worked abroad in school and university libraries all over the world.
In June, Meggan Houlihan, Claire Wiley and I attended EBLIP (Evidence Based Library and Information Practice) in Glasgow, Scotland. We led a preconference workshop, Information overload: Using the systematic review to support evidence-based practice, and gave a talk about our most recent systematic review, Distilling the evidence: A systematic review of business information literacy. You can find the workbook from […]
Claire Wiley, Meggan Houlihan and I received the BRASS Emerald Research Grant Award for our multi-method study of business information literacy and the ACRL Framework. You can see the RUSA announcement here.
In 2018, I worked with Public Affairs Librarian, Olivia Ivey, to conduct a one-question assessment exploring how library services and spaces support our business and public affairs communities. We wrote up our findings for SLA‘s Information Outlook. You can read “Building an impact narrative” here!