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  Volume 61, Number 3, Winter 2013

Table of Contents

Issue Editors: Sheila Corrall and Barbara Sen


pp. 471-478

Putting Research into Practice: An Exploration of Sheffield iSchool Approaches to Connecting Research with Practice

pp. 479-512

Community Resilience and the Role of the Public Library

pp. 513-541

No More Controversial than a Gardening Display?: Provision of LGBT-Related Fiction to Children and Young People in U.K. Public Libraries

pp. 542-568

Mind the Gap: Do Librarians Understand Service User Perspectives on Bibliotherapy?

pp. 569-586

Collection Growth in Postwar America: A Critique of Policy and Practice

pp. 587-612

Provision of Distance Learner Support Services at U.K. Universities: Identification of Best Practice and Institutional Case Study

pp. 613-635

Bibliometrics and Research Data Management Services: Emerging Trends in Library Support for Research

pp. 636-674

On Your Own but Not Alone: One-Person Librarians in Ireland and Their Perceptions of Continuing Professional Development

pp. 675-702

Knowledge Management through the Lens of Library and Information Science: A Study of Job Advertisements

pp. 703-734

Getting Research into Policy and Practice: A Review of the Work of Bob Usherwood

pp. 735-750

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