Evidence-Based Library and Information Practice
Keywords:Evidence-Based Library and Information Practice, concepts and development, EBLIP process
This article discusses important concepts of Evidence-Based Library and Information Practice (EBLIP), its definition and development of the concepts. Also provided are examples of the operation process of various types of libraries based on the EBLIP: academic, school public and special libraries.
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