"Community of Practice” provides a well-theorized and practiced framework for collaborative learning in individual, organizational and social development and has been implemented in a wide range of educational and institutional settings. By adopting the notion of community of practice, libraries will be able to widen their roles as cultural and educational institutions."

Jong-Ae Kim, Kyonggi University, Korea


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Vol 7, No 2 (2015): Collaborative Librarianship

Table of Contents

Editorials

The Idea of “Community of Practice” as Paradigmatic in Library Collaboration PDF
Ivan Gaetz 46

Scholarly Articles

Integrating Communities of Practice into Library Services Abstract PDF
Jong-Ae Kim 47-55
Scholarship as a Conversation: A Metaphor for Librarian-ESL Instructor Collaboration Abstract PDF
Karen Bordonaro 56-65
Librarians and the Institutional Review Board (IRB): Relationships Matter Abstract PDF
Laureen P. Cantwell, Doris Van Kampen-Breit 66-78

From the Field

Utah Accessible Tutorials: Creating a Collaborative Project between a Public and Academic Library Abstract PDF
Carrie Rogers-Whitehead, Lorelei Rutledge, Jacob Reed 79-83
A Study of Authorship Patterns and Collaborative Research in Collaborative Librarianship, 2009-2014 Abstract PDF
Kotti Thavamani 84-95

Viewpoints: Technology Matters

Who's Out There? The Power of Spatial Data PDF
Lori Bowen Ayre 96-97


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