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Seven pillars and five minds: small business workplace information literacy. (2019)
Journal Article
LOCKERBIE, H. and WILLIAMS, D. 2019. Seven pillars and five minds: small business workplace information literacy. Journal of documentation [online], 75(5), pages 977-994. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1108/JD-09-2018-0151

Purpose: To develop and test a theoretical framework for understanding information literacy (IL) within the context of a small business workplace environment. The theoretical framework developed related IL competencies to competencies for success as... Read More about Seven pillars and five minds: small business workplace information literacy..

Blood has been spilt on that spot: exploring the relationship between the supernatural and the library and information sciences. (2018)
Presentation / Conference
LOCKERBIE, H. and BAXTER, G. 2018. "Blood has been spilt on that spot”: exploring the relationship between the supernatural and the library and information sciences. Presented at the 2018 Supernatural in contemporary society conference, 23-24 August 2018, Aberdeen, UK.

This paper explored the relationship between the supernatural and the library and information sciences. This relationship was considered in terms of five distinct facets: 1) the portrayal of libraries and librarians in relation to the supernatural, i... Read More about Blood has been spilt on that spot: exploring the relationship between the supernatural and the library and information sciences..

The effects of the research excellence framework research impact agenda on early- and mid-career researchers in library and information science. (2017)
Journal Article
MARCELLA, R., LOCKERBIE, H., BLOICE, L., HOOD, C. and BARTON, F. 2018. The effects of the research excellence framework research impact agenda on early- and mid-career researchers in library and information science. Journal of information science [online], 44(5), pages 608-618. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/0165551517724685

Early- and mid-career researchers will shape the future of library and information science (LIS) research and it is crucial they be well placed to engage with the research impact agenda. Their understanding of research impact may influence their capa... Read More about The effects of the research excellence framework research impact agenda on early- and mid-career researchers in library and information science..

Beyond REF 2014: the impact of impact assessment on the future of information research. (2016)
Journal Article
MARCELLA, R., LOCKERBIE, H. and BLOICE, L. 2016. Beyond REF 2014: the impact of impact assessment on the future of information research. Journal of information science [online], 42(3), pages 369-385. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/0165551516636291

The importance of demonstrating value for money in terms of academic research beyond the walls of institutions grows stronger as demonstrated by the inclusion of impact assessment in the 2014 REF (Research Excellence Framework) exercise for UK higher... Read More about Beyond REF 2014: the impact of impact assessment on the future of information research..

The information environment and information behaviour of the offshore installation manager (OIM) in the context of safety and emergency response: an exploratory study. (2015)
Journal Article
MARCELLA, R. and LOCKERBIE, H. 2016. The information environment and information behaviour of the offshore installation manager (OIM) in the context of safety and emergency response: an exploratory study. Journal of information science [online], 42(4), pages 551-567. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1177/0165551515600118

The offshore installation manager (OIM) is a unique role in the oil and gas industry with the legal responsibility for the health and safety of individuals on an offshore installation, as well as holding commercial responsibilities. Using exploratory... Read More about The information environment and information behaviour of the offshore installation manager (OIM) in the context of safety and emergency response: an exploratory study..

The challenge of demonstrating the impact of research beyond traditional mechanisms. (2015)
Conference Proceeding
MARCELLA, R., LOCKERBIE, H. and CAMERON, R. 2015. The challenge of demonstrating the impact of research beyond traditional mechanisms. In Bezzina, F. and Cassar, V. (eds.) Proceedings of the 14th European conference on research methodology for business and management studies (ECRM 2015), 11-12 June 2015, Valetta, Malta. Sonning Common: Academic Conferences and Publishing International, pages 259-266.

The concept of ˜impact in academia is a focus of not only research councils but also of nationwide institutional research evaluations. In the UK, it is necessary for academics and their institutions to not only conduct research which has real impact,... Read More about The challenge of demonstrating the impact of research beyond traditional mechanisms..


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