Posts Tagged: bibliography

Teaching creative writing in special collections

Anthony Haynes writes: We’ve recently discovered a great article, ‘Lighting fires in creative minds’, in College and Research Libraries News about the opportunities for librarians to use special collections to support courses in creative writing. In the article the author,

Teaching creative writing in special collections

Anthony Haynes writes: We’ve recently discovered a great article, ‘Lighting fires in creative minds’, in College and Research Libraries News about the opportunities for librarians to use special collections to support courses in creative writing. In the article the author,

Research evaluation and bibliometrics: book citation index

In most countries, policies for evaluating research outcomes tend to privilege peer-reviewed journal articles over scholarly books. There are signs, however, that there might be some shift in the balance. In UK there are some signs that the Research Excellence

Research evaluation and bibliometrics: book citation index

In most countries, policies for evaluating research outcomes tend to privilege peer-reviewed journal articles over scholarly books. There are signs, however, that there might be some shift in the balance. In UK there are some signs that the Research Excellence

Rethinking Creative Writing: information for librarians

We are pleased to provide an information sheet for librarians and information specialists, providing details of our recent publication, Rethinking Creative Writing by Stephanie Vanderslice. The sheet provides: an abstract, with key words; bibliographical information, including classification; information on availability

Rethinking Creative Writing: information for librarians

We are pleased to provide an information sheet for librarians and information specialists, providing details of our recent publication, Rethinking Creative Writing by Stephanie Vanderslice. The sheet provides: an abstract, with key words; bibliographical information, including classification; information on availability

Bibliographical information: abstracts for scholarly books

There is currently a debate on the role of abstracts in scholarly publishing. The Scholarly Kitchen blog, for example, has called for a reconsideration: “Providing the abstract freely to anyone who wants to use it has become a habit, probably

Bibliographical information: abstracts for scholarly books

There is currently a debate on the role of abstracts in scholarly publishing. The Scholarly Kitchen blog, for example, has called for a reconsideration: “Providing the abstract freely to anyone who wants to use it has become a habit, probably