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Developing a competency index for librarians: Benchmark for capacity building, LIS education, and continuing professional development
(Nazarbayev University, 2020-09)
Competence is always an evolving issue as it needs to adapt to the transformation in society. Library and information professionals are faced with the same societal changes in dealing with information, technology, and ...
Theological library in the new normal environment: New dynamics of institutional relationship
(Atla Open Press, 2021-08-02)
The global pandemic has changed the course of how libraries function, transforming the service delivery, collection, space, and facilities of theological libraries. While there are discussions on faculty-librarians’ ...
Burning grey: The worldwide influence of a locally published grey literature
Rice is a major staple crop in the Philippines, which produces a large amount of rice each year. On the other hand, rice production generates biomass waste in the form of rice husks. In consideration of the rice husks’ ...
Grey literature usage among Filipino aquaculture researchers: A bibliometric analysis of research from 2009 to 2018
(Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), 2021)
Aquaculture is one of the fastest growing food production industries globally (Natale et al., 2011), and it is expected to exceed the production of other animal production industries such as beef, pork, or poultry in the ...
The information-seeking behavior and levels of knowledge, precaution, and fear of college students in Iloilo, Philippines amidst the COVID-19 pandemic
COVID-19 pandemic is devastating the health, social, and economic well-being of citizens worldwide. The high rates of morbidity and mortality and the absence of vaccines cause fear among the people regardless of age, gender, ...
The information-seeking behavior of aquatic science librarians in response to a query
(Taylor & Francis, 2020-11-26)
When searching for information in response to a query, their own library’s online public access catalog (OPAC) and databases remain the most preferred resource for most aquatic science librarians. This preference does not ...