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  • 1.
    Egevad, Per
    et al.
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Rydberg, Helena
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Kjellberg, Sara
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Analys av forskares publiceringsmönster för utveckling av bibliotekets forskarstöd2014Conference paper (Other academic)
    Abstract [sv]

    I detta projekt undersöks hur väl det periodiska beståndet på Malmö högskolas bibliotek överensstämmer med forskarnas publicering. Har bibliotek tillgång till de tidskrifter som högskolans forskare publicerar sina artiklar i? För att kunna undersöka detta har en metod utvecklats som kan användas för att ta fram de tidskrifter som forskarna publicerar sig i, och jämfört dessa uppgifter med bibliotekets bestånd. För att testa metoden genomfördes en pilotundersökning på forskare vid fakulteten för Hälsa och Samhälles publicering. I projektet kommer det fram att de öppna källorna med publicering och bestånd inte kan användas, men att metoden kan baseras på uttag ur interna informationskällor. Projektet synliggör kvalitetsarbete som behöver göras med metadata samt tillgång till publikationer, t.ex. visar det brister i att tillgängliggöra material publicerat i open access via bibliotekets system där den licensierade eller prenumerationsbaserade tillgången finns. Metoden att utgå ifrån publiceringsmönster fungerar också bra för att redovisa total access, via tryck, öppen tillgång samt via köpta tidskrifter, vilket är ett bra underlag för diskussion kring samlingsutveckling.

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    Rydberg, Helena
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Systematic reviews: how can the library be helpful?2014Conference paper (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    The poster describes the process of systematic reviews and highlights how a librarian can be helpful in the research process. The librarian can in collaboration with the researcher: Formulate the research question, search databases, manage references, perform duplicate control and proofread the method section.

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    Rydberg, Helena
    et al.
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Dorthé, Lotti
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    du Toit, Madeleine
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Lära för livet: biblioteksundervisning för tandvårdsstudenters framtida profession?2012Report (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    What opportunities do dental hygienists have to search for information in his or her daily professional life? Do dental technicians continue to update their skills after graduation? Do private dental practitioners have access to databases? Are graduating students experiencing that training in information literacy is relevant in their professional life? These questions gave birth to the idea to study if and in what ways dental hygienists, dental technicians and dentists are searching for information in their professional life, and which information resources they have access. Through a study of this kind we were hoping to evaluate our work with teaching information literacy. We sent a survey to 164 students that had graduated from the Faculty of Odontology during the years 2005-2009, and got 97 responses. From the responses we have seen that the most frequently used resources were Google, books, colleagues and journals. A far larger percentage of those who work within the public sector and universities have access to a library than those within the private sector. We have observed differences between the three professional groups in terms of search patterns and choice of sources. 79 % of the respondents answered that they benefit from what they learned through the library's instruction and guidance in their work. Thus, the lack of time often determines how often, and where, the information searching is done. Many expressed that they have forgotten what they learned during their studies and comment that refreshing these skills would be beneficial. The results made us think about how we could adjust our teaching in order to prepare the students for their professional life, without cutting down on the regular teaching which the students need in order to manage their studies. How do we highlight the future usefulness of information literacy? The students who graduate from Malmo University will be a part of the surrounding society with which the library should interact. Do we inform students of the services the library can offer them as professionals?

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    Rydberg, Helena
    et al.
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    du Toit, Madeleine
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Nya tandläkare rådfrågar ofta Google och kolleger2013In: Tandläkartidningen, ISSN 0039-6982, Vol. 105, no 10, p. 80-84Article in journal (Other academic)
    Abstract [sv]

    De källor som används mest för att söka information är kolleger, Google, böcker samt tidskrifter. Det visar en undersökning av hur nyutexaminerade tandläkare, tandhygienister och tandtekniker söker information i yrkeslivet.

  • 5.
    Rydberg, Helena
    et al.
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    du Toit, Madeleine
    Malmö högskola, Library and IT Services (BIT).
    Teaching information literacy: for the benefit of the future profession and lifelong learning?2014In: 14th EAHIL Conference: Biblioteca nazionale centrale 11-13 Juni 2014 Rome, Italiy: Conference programme & book of abstracts, Istituto superiore di sanità, Roma , 2014Conference paper (Other academic)
    Abstract [en]

    Introduction Lifelong learning is a core concept nowadays. In a world changing rapidly one of the assignments of higher education institutions is to stimulate and encourage the students to lifelong learning. To train the students in information searching and information evaluation are therefore important tasks for university librarians. Do we teach for the future that awaits the students? Aim To examine under what conditions graduated dentists, dental hygienists and dental technicians search for needed scientific information. A study was made to investigate to what information resources they have access, and how they experience the information literacy training in retrospect. Our aim was to be able to evaluate our teaching in information searching. Are the information literacy skills that they learned during their education useful in their daily work? Methods An online web survey was sent to 164 students that had graduated from the Faculty of Odontology at Malmo University during the period 2005-2009. The survey consisted by 11 questions whereof 6 allowed comments. 97 persons (21 dental hygienists, 58 dentists and 18 dental technicians) responded which resulted in a response rate of 46%. Results and discussion The mostly used informations resources are Google, colleagues, books and journals. PubMed is the mostly used database. The use of other databases (Cinahl, Cochrane, ScienceDirect, Sociological abstracts and Web of Science) is very scarce. Dentists are the ones who most frequently seek information in books and journals. 79 % of the respondents answer that they benefit from what they learned through the library's instruction and guidance in their work. However, lack of time often determines how often, and where, the information searching is conducted. Many of the respondents express that they have forgotten what they learned in information searching during their studies and commented that refreshing these skills would be beneficial. Conclusions How can we follow up the results from the survey? • Inform of the services libraries provide such as walk-in-use to databases, interlibrary loans and book lending • Conduct refresher courses in information searching for alumni • Inform in what way free search engines or databases can be used for retrieving scientific information • Highlight open access medical journals

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