The latest issue of EBLIP has been published. The new issue contains two full articles (Developing a Comprehensive Search Strategy for Evidence Based Systematic Reviews and Improving Customer Satisfaction: Changes as a Result of Customer Value Discovery), but many evidence based summaries. The latter I find particularly interesting. These summaries give a thorough review of research published elsewhere. A really quick way of catching up with the literature. The title in this issue I couldn’t resist was Too Few Articles in the Journal Literature on Instruction in Academic Libraries are Research-Based.
BTW for those interested, the journal is looking for new editorial advisors. They have an impressive list already, but they are still looking for more hands. What I had not realized is that the journal is double blind peer reviewed. I wonder how many journals in our profession can actually boast that.