Wednesday, 27 June 2018
- Thomson, P. (2018, May 14). Quick lit: Rapid evidence reviewing. Retrieved June 25, 2018, from https://patthomson.net/2018/05/14/quick-lit-rapid-evidence-reviewing/
- Edwards, P. N. (2000). How to read a book, v5.0 (1-10). https://pne.people.si.umich.edu/PDF/howtoread.pdf
- This describes how to read academic books, but the methods outlined in this manuscript are equally helpful for reading scientific articles – which we will do throughout our course. This skill will be useful throughout your time at SILS and your future career as an information professional as well.
- Koufogiannakis, D. (2013). EBLIP7 Keynote: What we talk about when we talk about evidence. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 8(4), 6-17. http://ejournals.library.ualberta.ca/index.php/EBLIP/article/view/20486.
- This article explains different types of evidence, and is a helpful guide for understanding how to use evidence to make better decisions as information professionals. You should consult it when writing your evidence summary.
- Meltzoff, J. (1998). Critical reading (Chapter 1) and Critical thinking about research (Chapter 2). In J. Meltzoff, Critical thinking about Research (3-48). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.