SALALMistas in the news - Summer edition

Many SALALM members have had an active summer...

Many SALALM members have had an active summer in terms of publications. Here is a list of recent research activities.

Melissa Gasparotto, published an article titled "Using Google's Custom Search Engine Product to Discover Scholarly Open Access and Cost-Free eBooks from Latin America" in the journal Revista Interamericana de Bibliotecología.

Betsaida Reyes, Alison Hicks and Bronwen Maxson published an article titled "Information literacy practices of Spanish-speaking graduate students at the University of Kansas" in the journal portal: Libraries and the Academy.

Bronwen Maxson et al. published an article titled "Does course guide design impact student learning?" in College & Undergraduate Libraries. 

Bronwen Maxson et al. published an article titled "The Boolean is dead, long live the Boolean! Natural language versus Boolean searching in introductory undergraduate instruction” in College & Research Libraries.

Gustavo von Bischoffshausen published a book titled Teatro popular en Lima. Sainetes, zarzuelas y revistas 1890-1945 (Máquina de ideas, Lima),

Cristian Brayner  published a book titled A Biblioteca de Foucault – Reflexões sobre ética, poder e informação (É Realizações Editora, Sao Paulo).

Margarita Vargas-Betancourt, Jessica L. English, Angelibel Soto, Melissa Jerome had a chapter accepted for publication in the book,  Archives and Special Collections as Sites of Contestation to be published by Library Juice Press in 2019.