Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Seeks Associate Editor (Evidence Summaries)


  • Lindsay Glynn Editor-in-Chief




Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (EBLIP) is seeking an Associate Editor (Evidence Summaries) to join its Editorial Team.

Evidence Summaries (ES) provide critical appraisal syntheses for specific research articles. These research synopses provide readers with information regarding the original research article’s validity and reliability, thus providing information on the presence or absence of evidence with which to make informed decisions.

The Evidence Summaries are a key component of this journal. ES are written by a team of experienced authors who follow a strict format to ensure consistency. All ES undergo peer review to ensure quality. Up to ten ES are published in every issue of EBLIP.

The Associate Editor (Evidence Summaries) is responsible for:

  • Monitoring a set of top research journals in librarianship for new research articles
  • Assigning articles to ES writers
  • Seeing ES through all stages of the publication process including assigning peer reviewers & copyeditors
  • Working closely with other Editorial Team members to ensure a consistent, high-quality journal
  • Maintaining a reliable, experienced ES writing team with a variety of areas of expertise
  • Maintaining ES writing guidelines and acting as a support for the ES writing team.
The ideal candidate will be well-versed in evidence based practice and critical appraisal. This position requires dedicated time on a regular basis and is labour intensive. It is therefore essential that interested persons ensure available time to devote to this position prior to applying. This is an unpaid position.

Interested persons should send their resumes by October 1, 2007, to:

Lindsay Glynn Editor-in-Chief lglynn@mun.ca (709) 777-6026


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Author Biography

Lindsay Glynn, Editor-in-Chief

Lindsay Glynn received her MLIS from UBC in 1998. Immediately following graduation, she spent two years managing the clinical archives at QLT Inc., a pharmaceutical firm in Vancouver. Since 2000, she has been working at the Health Sciences Library at Memorial University as Public Services Librarian and Instruction Coordinator. In this role she has led the reconstruction and development of the library’s information literacy instruction program and coordinated computer search services. Working with faculty, she has successfully integrated information literacy and evaluation assignments into the curriculum in the Faculty of Medicine and the Schools of Pharmacy and Nursing. Lindsay’s academic interests lie mainly in evidence-based clinical practice, evidence-based librarianship, information literacy instruction, distance learning and program evaluation. She is currently completing a Graduate Diploma in Clinical Epidemiology.




How to Cite

Glynn, L. (2007). Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Seeks Associate Editor (Evidence Summaries). Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 2(3), 133. https://doi.org/10.18438/B8K88T