101+ Reindeer Crafts and Learning Activities – The Ultimate Parenting Resource for Reindeer

101+ Reindeer Crafts and Learning Activities - The Ultimate Parenting Resource for Reindeer

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WARNING – THIS IS THE ULTIMATE REINDEER CRAFTING AND LEARNING GUIDE FOR THE BUSY PARENT. These are all links for things that I have done or would do with my kids. Continue reading 101+ Reindeer Crafts and Learning Activities – The Ultimate Parenting Resource for Reindeer

Make your Google searches more precise: A few tips for researchers

Make your Google searches more precise: A few tips for researchers

As an author of research papers, you are a producer of information but, more often, when you build your research on what has been done before, you are a consumer of information. This is why it is useful to know how to search for information more efficiently. These days, searching for information usually means ‘googling’ (a verb now recognized by the Oxford dictionaries), and you may find the following tips useful in making your searchers more precise. Continue reading Make your Google searches more precise: A few tips for researchers

How to write an original research paper (and get it published)

How to write an original research paper (and get it published)

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The purpose of the Journal of the Medical Library Association (JMLA) is more than just archiving data from librarian research. Our purpose is to present research findings to end users in the most useful way. The “Skill Transfer” model, in its simplest form, has three components: creating the skill (doing the research), translating and transferring it to the user, and incorporating the skill into use. Continue reading How to write an original research paper (and get it published)

Treating abbreviations of journal names in references

Handling abbreviations of journal names in references

Among the many ways in which journals differ in the way they expect authors to format references is the way names of journals are given: whether spelt out in utter or abbreviated (Current Science versus Curr. Sci., for example). The abbreviations may also be different – journal being shortened to simply J or to Jnl – but, fortunately, are practically standardized now. Continue reading Treating abbreviations of journal names in references