Katie Fraser's blog and website
I'm an academic librarian, working in the UK Higher Educational sector, supporting academics and students. Prior to this, I was a researcher, working with social and learning technologies.
My interests include the application of all kinds of technology, research support in libraries, learning spaces (my Librarianship dissertation studied an Information Commons project), evidence-based practice and the professional development of library and information workers.
You can find out more about more about me from the links to the left. Note that the views expressed on this website/blog are mine alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of any other individual or organisation.
July 14th, 2011
At the start of this month I was lucky enough to wangle my way into a sponsored practitioner place at the 6th international Evidence-Based Library and Information Practice (EBLIP) Conference, which was held in Salford in the UK this year. It was a fantastic conference, with lots of food for thought about developing and evaluating my everyday practice. In returned for our sponsored places the LIS Research Coalition asked us to write up a day of the conference each. My write up of day one is available on the LIS Research Coalition blog and I wrote a little bit more about EBLIP overall on the University of Leicester library blog.
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