Category Archives: Volume 2 Number 2: February 2012

The YALSA Research Agenda: Getting It Done

By Virginia A. Walter, Professor Emerita, University of California, Los Angeles The YALSA National Research Agenda on Libraries, Teens, and Young Adults is an informative and inspirational document: informative because it succeeds in mapping the landscape of research in this … Continue reading

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Research Matters: The Long Reach of the Model of the Information Search Process (ISP)

By Carol C. Kuhlthau, Professor Emerita, Library and Information Science, Rutgers University, The Center for International Scholarship in School Libraries (CISSL) Youth services in public and school libraries are grounded in a long tradition of best practice and the continuing … Continue reading

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An Agenda of Praxis for Young Adult Librarianship

By Anthony Bernier, Associate Professor, San Jose State University Praxis Is Where I’m Headed All research seeks to impact the world. Library and Information Science (LIS) desires it no less than the “hard” sciences. So I am gratified to see … Continue reading

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Editor’s Message: February 2012

By Sandra Hughes-Hassell To advance YALSA’s National Research Agenda, to celebrate the foundational work that informed the development of the agenda and of the Journal of Research on Libraries and Young Adults (JRLYA), and in recognition of their influential contributions … Continue reading

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