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Research Data Management (RDM) Needs of Science and Engineering Researchers: A View from Canada
Understanding researcher behaviour and workflow is instrumental to developing reflective service. With changes in funding requirements around sharing, preservation and the submission of a data management plan potentially ...
How Two Librarians Became Co-instructors For a First Year Course
In Spring 2014, two librarians co-instructed an undergraduate Pharmacy course at the University of Waterloo. Providing students with the skills to access medical/drug information, this course gave students the skills to ...
WorldCat Local in a Health Sciences Environment: One Library's Experience
In 2009, Memorial University Libraries embarked on a pilot project with WorldCat Local (WCL), an available discovery layer. As of May 2010, WCL remains in internal testing and will likely be released it in beta form in ...
The Evolving Role of Liaison Librarians: Supporting Researchers in the Systematic Review Process
From the summer of 2013 to early 2014, four University of Waterloo librarians surveyed Health Sciences faculty and PhD students to gather data on their current and future systematic review work. Data provided insight into ...
Systematic Reviews and the Evolving Role of Librarians
The demand for systematic reviews (SR) in research intensive health related departments is rapidly increasing, and academic librarians have the expertise necessary to support these comprehensive reviews. In summer 2013, ...
Systematic Search and Reporting Techniques Applied to the Gray Literature: A Review of Canadian School Breakfast Program Guidelines
This poster was presented at the Mosaic ’16 (Medical Library Association) Conference on May 17, 2016, Toronto, Ontario. Abstract: Methods: A grey literature search plan was developed to incorporate four different searching ...