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Change and conflict in the academic library
It has been observed that “the libraries of colleges and universities are changing faster than their respective parent institutions. Essentially everything in and around the library is changing:… Expand
Role changes for the academic librarian to support effectively the networked learner: implications of the IMPEL Project
Impel project: the impact on people of electronic libraries
The IMPEL Project is a research project run collaboratively by the Information Services Department and Department of Information and Library Management at the University of Northumbria at Newcastle.… Expand
Realising the Hybrid library
In a recent D‐Lib Magazine article, Chris Rusbridge, the Director of the UK Electronic Libraries (eLib) Programme, argued for the adoption of the ‘hybrid library’ model of information provision. Expand
Living the HyLiFe: Addressing the information needs of physiotherapists
Summary Physiotherapists need to access a wide range of literature in order to respond to such initiatives as continuing professional development, evidence-based practice and clinical governance. The… Expand
Realizing the Hybrid Library
Higher education, teaching, learning and the electronic library: A review of the literature for the IMPEL2 project: Monitoring organisational and cultural change
This paper updates and extends an earlier review of the literature by the IMPLEL Project (IMpact on People of Electronic Libraries) at the University of Norhthumbria at Newcastle. That project… Expand
Disintermediation in the Year 2010: Using Scenarios To Identify Key Issues and Relevance of IMPEL2 eLib Project.
Among information workers, the term "disintermediation" has been used to describe the diminishing role of the intermediary associated with the electronic information environment. IMPEL2 is a… Expand