Nuts and bolts of researching library issues
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SubjectsLibrary science -- Research
Library science -- Research methods
Library science -- Research design
Library science -- Action research
Library science -- Survey research
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This joint presentation was delivered to Salisbury University's librarians and library staff as part of the Libraries' Professional Development series. Part 1 was delivered by Victoria Martin, Scholarly Communications Librarian. Part 2 was delivered by Beatriz Hardy, Dean of Libraries and Instructional Resources.
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