Items where Research Institute, Centre or Group is "Learning and Information Services"
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BORG, M. and STRETTON, E. (2009). My students and other animals. Or, a vulture, an orb weaver spider, a giant panda and 900 undergraduate business students…. Journal of information literacy, 3 (1), 1-30.
BULLINGHAM, Liam and VASCONCELOS, Ana (2013). ‘The presentation of self in the online world’: Goffman and the study of online identities. Journal of Information Science, 39 (1), 101-112.
CHRISTISON, Andrew (2013). Discovery layers and discovery services. Catalogue and Index, 170, 2-12.
DAVIES, Angela and TAYLOR, Deborah (2011). Information literacy skills and the transition to professional practice. Libraries for nursing bulletin, 31 (3/4), 13-22.
DOEL, M., ALLMARK, P. J., CONWAY, P., COWBURN, M., FLYNN, M., NELSON, P. and TOD, A. (2009). Professional boundaries: crossing a line or entering the shadows? British journal of social work, 40 (6), 1866-1889.
GLASSMEYER, Sarah and SMITH, Peter (2014). Open law : technology in service of the rule of law. Legal Information Management, 14 (3), 181-187.
GLEDHILL, Peter (2012). Measuring the impact of an information literacy session. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 1 (2).
GRIFFITH, Peter and SMITH, Peter (2013). LawSync: Collaboration in Action. Legal Information Management, 13 (4), 236-239.
HARROP, Deborah and TURPIN, Beatrice (2013). A study exploring learners' informal learning space behaviors, attitudes, and preferences. New Review of Academic Librarianship, 19 (1), 58-77.
LAHLAFI, Alison (2007). Conducting a literature review: how to carry out bibliographical database searches. British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, 2 (12).
LAHLAFI, Alison (2008). How to carry out a search of a bibliographic database. Journal of Paramedic Practice, 1 (2), 76-80.
LAHLAFI, Alison (2013). A positive library experience for international students? Results from a Business Librarians Association survey. SCONUL Focus, 57, 28-33.
LAHLAFI, Alison (2013). The value and impact of cross professional collaborations in developing student information and academic literacy skills at Sheffield Hallam University, UK. Nordic journal of information literacy in higher education, 5 (1), 38-43.
LAHLAFI, Alison and BULLINGHAM, Liam (2012). "Library shock" - the expectations and realities of library and information literacy skills for international students. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 1 (3), 1-15.
LAHLAFI, Alison and RUSHTON, Diane (2012). Active and reflective learning initiatives to improve web searching skills of business students. Journal of information literacy, 6 (1), 35-49.
LAHLAFI, Alison and RUSHTON, Diane (2013). Development, implementation and impact of active and reflective learning initiatives to improve web searching skills of international business students at Sheffield Hallam University, UK. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 93, 885-894.
LAHLAFI, Alison and RUSHTON, Diane (2015). Engaging international students in academic and information literacy. New Library World, 116 (5/6), 277-288.
SMITH, Peter, WHITTLE, Richard and GRIFFITH, Peter (2012). LawSync: navigating the ‘blue oceans’ within the ‘emerging’ legal services markets. Legal Information Management, 12 (3), 203-209.
BORG, Matthew and DONOGHUE, Angie (2012). Information literacy in a web-scale discovery world - a case study of user experience vs content at Sheffield Hallam University, UK. In: GWYER, Roisin, STUBBINGS, Ruth and WALTON, Graham, (eds.) The road to information literacy : librarians as facilitators of learning. IFLA Publications (157). Berlin, Germany, De Gruyter Saur, 201-214.
LAHLAFI, Alison and RUSHTON, Diane (2011). Enhancing graduate skills for a knowledge-based economy: collaborating with information specialists. In: Enhancing graduate impact. Oxford Brookes, HEA.
DOEL, M., ALLMARK, P. J., CONWAY, P., COWBURN, M., FLYNN, M., NELSON, P. and TOD, A. (2009). Professional boundaries: research report. Project Report. General Social Care Council.
SMITH, Peter (2015). The legal education - legal practice relationship: a critical evaluation. Masters, Sheffield Hallam University.