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Issue Title
 
Vol 58, No 2 Spring (2017) Abstract
PETA WELLSTEAD
 
Vol 58, No 1 Winter (2017) Details
Peta Wellstead
 
Vol 58, No 2 Spring (2017) A Celebration of Diversity: LIS Research in the Nordic Countries as Shown by PhD Dissertations 2005–2014 Abstract
ÅSE KRISTINE TVEIT
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) A man who knew whereof he spoke. Commentary on Dunkin, P. (1962) The development of technical services training. Abstract
Brian C. Schottlaender
 
Vol 56, No 3 Summer (2015) A Political and Economic Climate of Crisis?: Perceptions of the Academe at ALA-Accredited LIS Schools Abstract
ANDREW TSOU , and CASSIDY R. SUGIMOTO
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) A response to ages past. Commentary on Harris, R. M., Michell, B.G. & Cooley. C. (1985) The Gender Gap in Library Education. Abstract
Peta Wellstead
 
Vol 56, No 4 Fall (2015) Academically Informed Creative Writing in LIS Programs and the Freedom to be Creative Abstract
Keren Dali , Andrea Lau, Kevin Risk
 
Vol 57, No 4 Fall (2016) ALA Library Schools and Subject Reference Coursework: A Short Communication Abstract
KRISTINE CONDIC
 
Vol 57, No 4 Fall (2016) An Analysis of Online Students’ Behaviors on Course Sites and the Effect on Learning Performance: A Case Study of Four LIS Online Classes Abstract
XIANGMIN ZHANG
 
Vol 57, No 4 Fall (2016) ­ Abstract
PETA WELLSTEAD
 
Vol 56, No 2 Spring (2015) “Mr. Dewey is Crazy and Katharine Sharp Hates the University of Chicago:” Gender, Power, and Personality and the Demise of the University of Chicago Course in Library Science 1897–1903 Abstract
Suzanne M. Stauffer
 
Vol 57, No 2 Spring (2016) Bridging the Divide: Exploring LIS Research and Practice in a Panel Discussion at the ALISE ’16 Conference Abstract
JUNE ABBAS, MARTIN GARNAR, MARIE KENNEDY, BRIAN KENNEY, LILI LUO, MICHAEL STEPHENS
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) Broad and visionary. Commentary on Allen Kent (1977) Information Science. Abstract
Marcia J. Bates
 
Vol 57, No 2 Spring (2016) Camp Read-a-Rama and Fully-Engaged Literacy Learning: Implications for LIS Education Abstract
CLAYTON A. COPELAND, MICHELLE H. MARTIN
 
Vol 57, No 3 Summer (2016) Carey, Kevin. The End of College: Creating the Future of Learning and the University of Everywhere Abstract
Laurie J. Bonnici
 
Vol 56, No 2 Spring (2015) Case-based Learning as Pedagogy for Teaching Information Ethics Based on the Dervin Sense-Making Methodology Abstract
Mirah J. Dow, Carrie A. Boettcher, Juana F. Diego, Marziah E. Karch, Ashley Todd-Diaz, Kristine M. Woods
 
Volume 56, Supplement 1 (2015) Challenges and Concerns for Library and Information Science (LIS) Education in India and South Asia Abstract
Trishanjit Kaur
 
Volume 56, Supplement 1 (2015) Childhood and Culture Reflected Through the Lens of LIS Education: Embedded Practice in Danish Library and Information Science Education Abstract
Marianne Martens
 
Vol 56, No 4 Fall (2015) Collaborative Development and Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes for LIS Electives Abstract
Bradley Wade Bishop , Tony H. Grubesic, Theresa Parrish
 
Vol 56, No 2 Spring (2015) Competencies for Information Professionals in Learning Labs and Makerspaces Abstract
Kyungwon Koh, June Abbas
 
Vol 56, No 4 Fall (2015) Competency-based Curriculum: An Effective Approach to Digital Curation Education Abstract
Jeonghyun Kim
 
Vol 57, No 4 Fall (2016) Connected Learning: Evaluating and Refining an Academic Community Blogging Platform Abstract
MICHAEL STEPHENS
 
Vol 57, No 1 Winter (2016) Convergence in Library and Museum Studies Education: Playing Around with Curriculum? Abstract
Marianne Martens, K.F. Latham
 
Vol 56, No 3 Summer (2015) Creating Tomorrow’s Technologists: Contrasting Information Technology Curriculum in North American Library and Information Science Graduate Programs against Code4lib Job Listings Abstract
MONICA MACELI
 
Vol 57, No 4 Fall (2016) Critical Literacy Performances in Online Literature Discussions Abstract
DANIELLE E. FOREST, SUE C. KIMMEL
 
Vol 58, No 1 Winter (2017) Debunking the Librarian ‘Gene’: Designing Online Information Literacy Instruction for Incoming Library Science Students Abstract
Annette Lamb
 
Vol 57, No 2 Spring (2016) Development of Communities of Practice in School Library Education Abstract
ELIZABETH A. BURNS, JODY K. HOWARD, SUE C. KIMMEL
 
Vol 56, No 3 Summer (2015) Disturbingly Weak: The Current State of Financial Management Education in Library and Information Science Curricula Abstract
ROBERT H. BURGER , PAULA T. KAUFMAN and AMY L. ATKINSON
 
Vol 58, No 2 Spring (2017) Diversified Research Methods Education in LIS: Thinking Outside the Box Abstract
LILI LUO
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) Diversity: Then is now. Commentary on Carter, J. R. (1978) Multicultural graduate library education. Abstract
Lorienne Roy
 
Volume 56, Supplement 1 (2015) Editorial Overview Abstract
Peta Wellstead
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) Editorial overview to the special edition to mark the centenary of ALISE Abstract
Peta Wellstead
 
Vol 57, No 2 Spring (2016) Educating School Library Leaders for Radical Change through Community Service Abstract
SUE C. KIMMEL, JODY K. HOWARD, BREE RUZZI
 
Vol 57, No 1 Winter (2016) End of Program Assessments and their Association with Early Career Success in LIS Abstract
Susan Rathbun-Grubb
 
Vol 57, No 2 Spring (2016) Envisioning Our Information Future and How to Educate for It Abstract
EILEEN G. ABELS, LYNNE C. HOWARTH, LINDA C. SMITH
 
Vol 57, No 1 Winter (2016) Examining Data Contribution Trends for the ALISE 2015 Statistical Report Abstract
Dan Albertson
 
Vol 58, No 1 Winter (2017) Falling Short of Their Profession’s Needs: Education and Research in Library & Information Studies Abstract
Wayne A. Wiegand
 
Vol 57, No 3 Summer (2016) Flipping the Classroom to Meet the Diverse Learning Needs of Library and Information Studies (LIS) Students Abstract
Nicole Johnston, Theofanis Karafotias
 
Vol 56, No 4 Fall (2015) From the Editor Abstract
Peta Wellstead
 
Vol 57, No 1 Winter (2016) From the Editor Abstract
Peta Wellstead
 
Vol 56, No 2 Spring (2015) From the Editor Abstract
Peta Wellstead
 
Vol 56, No 3 Summer (2015) From the Editor Abstract
PETA WELLSTEAD
 
Vol 57, No 2 Spring (2016) Gazing the Diversity Stance in North America: Bringing Practitioner Inquiry into the LIS Classroom Abstract
VANESSA IRVIN
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) Guest Editorial to celebrate Centenary of ALISE: Looking Back, Moving Forward Abstract
Diane H. Sonnenwald
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) Historical Paper 1: "Twelve Apostles" and a Few Heretics Abstract
Jesse H. Shera
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) Historical Paper 2: Information Science Abstract
Allen Kent
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) Historical Paper 3: The Development of Technical Services Training Abstract
Paul S. Dunkin
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) Historical Paper 4: The Teaching of Reference in American Library Schools Abstract
Frances Neel Cheney
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) Historical Paper 5: Multi-cultural Graduate Library Education Abstract
Jane Robbins Carter
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) Historical Paper 6: The Gender Gap in Library Education Abstract
Roma M. Harris, B. Gillian Michell, Carol Cooley
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) Historical Paper 7: Age of Creative Insecurity: Student-Centered Learning Abstract
Charles Martell
 
Volume 56, Supplement 1 (2015) Igniting Diversity: Actionable Methods and Ideas for Advancing Diversity in LIS Education in the US Abstract
Shari A. Lee , Renate Chancellor, Clara M. Chu, Howard Rodriguez-Mori, Loriene Roy
 
Volume 56, Supplement 1 (2015) Information Behaviors and Information Literacy Skills of LIS Students: An International Perspective Abstract
Laura Saunders , Peter Becker, Eliane Blumer, Sudatta Chowdhury, Milena Dobreva, Natalia Gendina, Ivana Heb
 
Volume 56, Supplement 1 (2015) International Perspectives in LIS Education: Global Education, Research, and Collaboration at the SJSU School of Information Abstract
Sandra Hirsh , Michelle Holschuh Simmons, Paul Christensen, Melanie Sellar, Cheryl Stenström, Christine
 
Vol 58, No 1 Winter (2017) Kelly, M & Bielby, J. (Eds.) (2016) Information Cultures in the Digital Age: A Festschrift in Honor of Rafael Capurro Abstract
Peta Wellstead
 
Vol 58, No 1 Winter (2017) Libraries as Learning Labs in a Digital Age: A Youth Services Conference in an LIS Classroom Abstract
J. Elizabeth Mills, Kathleen Campana, and Annette Y. Goldsmith
 
Volume 56, Supplement 1 (2015) Library and Information Science Education Across Frontiers Abstract
Trishanjit Kaur
 
Volume 56, Supplement 1 (2015) Library and Information Studies Education in New Zealand and Australia: Background, Issues, and Challenges Abstract
Brenda Chawner
 
Vol 56, No 2 Spring (2015) Lumping, Splitting and the Integration of Museum Studies with LIS Abstract
Kiersten F. Latham
 
Vol 58, No 2 Spring (2017) Mindfulness Meditation in the Classroom Abstract
JENNA HARTEL, ANH THU NGUYEN and ELYSIA GUZIK
 
Vol 57, No 3 Summer (2016) Old Skills and New Practices Mean Radical Change for Library Education Abstract
Deborah Turner, Tim Gorichanaz
 
Vol 57, No 2 Spring (2016) On the Evolution of Library and Information Science Doctoral Dissertation Topics in North America (1960–2013) Abstract
FEI SHU, VINCENT LARIVIÈRE, PHILIPPE MONGEON, CHARLES-ANTOINE JULIEN, ANDREW PIPER
 
Vol 57, No 4 Fall (2016) Opportunities and Challenges for Students in an Online Seminar-Style Course in LIS Education: A Qualitative Case Study Abstract
OMER FAROOQ, MIRIAM MATTESON
 
Volume 56, Supplement 1 (2015) Participatory and Transformative Engagement in Libraries and Museums: Exploring and Expanding the Salzburg Curriculum Abstract
R. David Lankes , Michael Stephens, Melissa Arjona
 
Vol 57, No 1 Winter (2016) Planning LIS Doctoral Education Around a Focused Theme: A Report on the B2A Program Abstract
Renee Bennett-Kapusniak , Jeannette Glover , Adriana McCleer , Jennifer Thiele , Dietmar Wolfram
 
Vol 57, No 1 Winter (2016) Powerful Partnerships: The Worth of Embedding Masters Level Library Science Students in Undergraduate Classes Abstract
Kim Becnel , Robin A. Moeller , Jon C. Pope
 
Vol 56, No 2 Spring (2015) Preparing for Complexity and Wicked Problems through Transformational Learning Approaches Abstract
Joyce Yukawa
 
Vol 56, No 3 Summer (2015) RDA Implementation and Training Issues across United States Academic Libraries: An In-Depth E-Mail Interview Study Abstract
JUNG-RAN PARK , and YUJI TOSAKA
 
Vol 58, No 2 Spring (2017) Re-envisioning Management Education and Training for Information Professionals Abstract
RAJESH SINGH, and JAMES VORBACH
 
Vol 58, No 2 Spring (2017) Reflecting on Bilingual Library and Information Science Education in an MIS program in Canada Abstract
LYNNE BOWKER, and JAIRO BUITRAGO CIRO
 
Vol 56, No 2 Spring (2015) Reflecting on Reflection as a Critical Component in Service Learning Abstract
Catherine Bloomquist
 
Vol 57, No 2 Spring (2016) Rural Public Libraries as Community Change Agents: Opportunities for Health Promotion Abstract
MARY GRACE FLAHERTY, DAVID MILLER
 
Vol 57, No 2 Spring (2016) School Librarians as Technology Leaders: An Evolution in Practice Abstract
LOIS D. WINE
 
Vol 57, No 2 Spring (2016) Skills and Knowledge Needed to Serve as Mobile Technology Consultants for Information Organizations Abstract
DEVENDRA POTNIS, REYNARD REGENSTREIF-HARMS, KANCHAN DEOSTHALI, ED CORTEZ, SUZIE ALLARD
 
Vol 56, No 3 Summer (2015) Studying Online: Student Motivations and Experiences in ALA-Accredited LIS Programs Abstract
FATIH OGUZ , CLARA M. CHU and ANTHONY S. CHOW
 
Vol 57, No 1 Winter (2016) Teaching Electronic Records Management in the Archival Curriculum Abstract
Jane Zhang
 
Vol 57, No 3 Summer (2016) Teaching for the Future, Not the Past Abstract
Ed Cortez
 
Vol 56, No 3 Summer (2015) Teaching Information Policy in the Digital Age:Issues, Strategies, and Innovation Abstract
PAUL T. JAEGER, URSULA GORHAM, NATALIE GREENE TAYLOR and JOHN C. BERTOT
 
Vol 57, No 1 Winter (2016) Teaching Tweeting: Recommendations for Teaching Social Media Work in LIS and MSIS Programs Abstract
Rachel N. Simons , Melissa G. Ocepek , Lecia J. Barker
 
Vol 57, No 2 Spring (2016) Thank You For A Successful 2016 Annual Conference! Abstract
   
 
Volume 56, Supplement 1 (2015) The Education of a Librarian and Educator: Professor Satoru Takeuchi of Japan Abstract
Robert V. Williams
 
Vol 58, No 1 Winter (2017) The Education of Law Librarians in the United States from the Library School Perspective Abstract
Paul T. Jaeger, and Ursula Gorham
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) The Four Rightly Guided Caliphs. Commentary on Shera, J. (1969). Twelve apostles and a few heretics. Abstract
John V. Richardson Jr.
 
Vol 57, No 2 Spring (2016) The Impact of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivators on Employee Engagement in Information Organizations Abstract
RAJESH SINGH
 
Vol 56, No 4 Fall (2015) The Next 100 Years: Implementing the ALISE Strategic Plan Abstract
S.K. Hastings
 
Vol 58, No 2 Spring (2017) The Significance of Language Study in Library and Information Science: A Comparison of Two Programs in the United States and Honduras Abstract
CHARLOTTE FORD, DEBBIE FAIRES, SANDRA HIRSH and NÍTIDA CARRANZA
 
Vol 57, No 4 Fall (2016) The Work Calls for Men : The Social Construction of Professionalism and Professional Education for Librarianship Abstract
SUZANNE M. STAUFFER
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) Trapped by inflexible mechanisms. Commentary on Martell, C. (1972). Age of creative insecurity: Student-centered learning Abstract
Clara M. Chu
 
Vol 57, No 4 Fall (2016) Unsorting Ourselves. A Critical Role for LIS Education: A Short Communication Abstract
DEBORAH TURNER, TIM GORICHANAZ
 
Vol 57, No 2 Spring (2016) Who is Teaching Data: Meeting the Demand for Data Professionals Abstract
JEONGHYUN KIM
 
Vol 56, No 1 Winter (2015) Who, what and how? Commentary on Cheney, F. N. (1963) The teaching of reference in American Library Schools. Abstract
Linda C. Smith
 
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