restricted access   Volume 16, Number 4, October 2016

Table of Contents


Librarians as Stewards of Place

pp. 663-667

feature: global perspectives

Digital Humanities: What Can Libraries Offer?

pp. 669-690

feature: reports from the field

Collaborating to Shape New Information Services

pp. 691-695


The Role of Evidence-Based Practice in Collaborations between Academic Librarians and Education Faculty

pp. 697-720

Additional Degree Required? Advanced Subject Knowledge and Academic Librarianship

pp. 721-736

Attitudes toward Information Competency of University Students in Social Sciences

pp. 737-761

Undergraduate Library Collection Use and Diversity: Testing for Racial and Gender Differences

pp. 763-774

Quiet in the Library: An Evidence-Based Approach to Improving the Student Experience

pp. 775-791

Embedded Managers in Informal Learning Spaces

pp. 793-815

The Faculty Subculture, the Librarian Subculture, and Librarians’ Scholarly Productivity

pp. 817-843


Encoding Space: Shaping Learning Environments That Unlock Human Potential by Brian Mathews and Leigh Ann Soistmann (review)

pp. 845-846

Metaliteracy in Practice ed. by Trudi E. Jacobson and Thomas P. Mackey (review)

pp. 846-847

Putting Assessment into Action: Selected Projects from the First Cohort of the Assessment in Action Grant ed. by Eric Ackermann (review)

pp. 848-849

Briefly Noted

pp. 849-850