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Practitioner research for librarians: a DProf case study - Edwards & Hill


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Practitioner research for librarians: a DProf case study - Edwards & Hill

  1. 1. Practitioner research for librarians: a case study LILAC April 2017
  2. 2. What is a DProf by Public Works?
  3. 3. NHS workshop Sept 2014 NHS workshop Sept 2014 British Library Jan 2014 CILIP conference 2015 CILIP SLG Nov 2015 THELMAs June 2014 Wellington School 2016 LISSEE Mar 2016
  4. 4. Process
  5. 5. Discovery
  6. 6. Food for thought
  7. 7. Professionalism
  8. 8. Onwards and upwards
  9. 9. Image: Final thoughts
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  11. 11. Dr Adam Edwards Dr Vanessa Hill
  12. 12. References • Coonan, E. (2014). The 'F' word: information literacy, 'find', and other verbs. Available at • Coonan, E. (2017) Towards a constructive unbalancing: the reflexive turn in information literacy. In Global Perspectives on Information Literacy: Fostering a dialogue for international understanding. ARCL White Paper. Not yet published. Available at • Edwards, J. A. and Hill, V. (2016). Demythologising librarianship: future librarians in a changing literacy landscape. DProf. Middlesex University. Available at • Lester, S. (2010). On professions and being professional. Available at • Pagowsky, N. and DeFrain, E. (2014). Ice, ice baby: Are librarian stereotypes freezing us out of instruction? In the Library with the Lead Pipe, 3/6/14. Available at • Schön, D. A. (1990). Educating the reflective practitioner. Jossey-Bass, San Francisco. • Vieira, R. (2014) Life stories, cultural metissage, and personal identities, SAGE Open, 4 (1). pp.5-6. • Wilson, P. (1983). Second-hand knowledge: An inquiry into Cognitive authority. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.