The aim of the fellowship is to explore librarians’ personal, social, continuous, and relational experiences of undertaking practitioner research through a narrative inquiry methodology. By so doing, provide a window for the LIS profession to consider what are the needs of practitioner-researchers and how best can they be met. The data collection will involve repeated in-depth interviews with 3-4 academic librarians and analysis will use a storying stories approach. The fellowship outputs will include a journal article, annotated bibliography, conference presentation and online engagement event.
|Effective start/end date
|1/09/23 → 31/08/24
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