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Data Driven Decision Making – LRRT Forum (ALA – 2014)

My former colleague, Jim Church, co-presented a study of what graduate students at Berkeley are citing – they did a study of about 45,000 citations in dissertations in 4 disciplines (poli sci, business, econ, and history) completed between 2008-2012.  They … Continue reading

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Plutchak’s great age of librarians

There are lots of reasons to read this terrific lecture given by T. Scott Plutchak and republished in JMLA  (DOI:  http://dx.doi.org/10.3163/1536-5050.100.1.004). Here’s 3, with the most important reason last: A useful comparison of the emerging digital age to the beginning … Continue reading

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