Australian Academic and Research Libraries – open access examples of papers

A selection of Australian Academic & Research Libraries (AARL) papers from the past few years available open access at the publisher site. To give potential authors and readers a flavour of the types of papers  published in the journal.  Live links in the list below.

Volume 44, Issue 1, 2013 Listening to Bodies and Watching Machines: Developing Health Information Skills, Tools andServices for People Living with Chronic Kidney Disease, Natalya Godbold

Volume 43, Issue 3, 2012 Knowledge, Skills and Attributes for Academic Reference Librarians, Gaby Haddow

Volume 44, Issue 1, 2013 Socially Practical or Practically Unsociable? A Study into Social Media Policy Experiences in Queensland
Cultural Heritage Institutions, Louise Cadell

Volume 41, Issue 2, 2010 Literature Reviews and the Hermeneutic Circle, Sebastian K. Boell and Dubravka Cecez-Kecmanovic

Volume 43, Issue 3, 2012 Library Research Support in Queensland: A Survey, Joanna Richardson, Therese Nolan-Brown,
Pat Loria and Stephanie Bradbury

Volume 43, Issue 3, 2012 Scholarly Use of E-Books in a Virtual Academic Environment: A Case Study, Pervaiz Ahmad and Mark Brogan

Volume 41, Issue 1, 2010 Cross Country Comparison of Scholarly E-Reading Patterns in Australia, Finland, and the United States, Carol Tenopir, Concepción S. Wilson, Pertti Vakkari, Sanna Talja, and Donald W. King

Volume 43, Issue 3, 2012 How Can We Help? The Contribution of Libraries to Student Retention, Pauline Hagel, Anne Horn, Sue Owen, and Michael Currie

Volume 42, Issue 3, 2011 Settling in: The Relationship Between Information and Social Inclusion, Mary Anne Kennan, Annemaree Lloyd, Asim Qayyum, and Kim Thompson

Volume 39, Issue 4, 2008 Indigenous Digital Collections: An Early Look at the Organisation and Culture Interface, Martin Nakata, Vicky Nakata, Gabrielle Gardiner, Jill McKeough, Alex Byrne, and Jason Gibson

Volume 44, Issue 3, 2013 MOOCs: The Challenges for Academic Librarians, Cameron Barnes Most Read in 2013!

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