Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research
The researcher conducted a content analysis and literature review of papers written from 2000-2010 that focused on university biology students, faculty, and their papers. Scholarly articles were divided into the library research domains. The largest number of papers was from the Education domain, followed closely by Collections. Only two papers were categorized as Reference/Enquiries, and no papers were found in Management and Professional Issues. This research will enable science librarians to better understand what has already been written about biology subjects in a university setting. Gaps in the literature can help other librarians who are interested in pursuing more research with biology subjects.
Newton Miller, Laura. (2011). University Biology patrons in the library literature 2000-2010: A Content Analysis & Literature Review. Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, 6 (1).