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(Journal of the Medical Library Association : JMLA[TA])
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  • Developing occupational therapy students' information and historical literacy competencies: an interprofessional collaborative project. [Journal Article]
  • JMJ Med Libr Assoc 2018; 106(3):340-351
  • Fleming-Castaldy RP
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings supported the hypothesis that students' self-reported information and historical literacy competencies would increase after project participation. Acquired skills were evident in students' assignments. Research to determine if these capabilities were used post-graduation is needed. Because this was a course-specific project, findings are not generalizable; however, the instructional methods developed for this project can serve as a model for effective interprofessional collaboration. The broadening of information literacy instruction to include discipline-specific historical literacy provides a unique opportunity for health sciences librarians and educators. Developing students' historical literacy in their chosen fields can help them understand their profession's present status and be informed participants in shaping its future.
  • Accessibility of published research to practicing veterinarians. [Journal Article]
  • JMJ Med Libr Assoc 2018; 106(3):330-339
  • Page JR
  • CONCLUSIONS: Many articles are freely available online, but opportunity exists to archive additional articles while complying with existing copyright agreements. Articles in veterinary medicine-specific journals are less likely to be freely available than those in interdisciplinary journals. Requirements for federally funded research have likely influenced article availability and may continue to do so.
  • Use of annual surveying to identify technology trends and improve service provision. [Journal Article]
  • JMJ Med Libr Assoc 2018; 106(3):320-329
  • Norton HF, Tennant MR, … Pomputius A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Annual review of survey results has allowed librarians to identify users' needs and interests, leading to incremental changes in services offered. Reviewing the aggregate data allowed strategic consideration of how technology impacts library interactions with users, with implications toward library marketing, training, and service development.
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