Items where Author is "Eve, Juliet"
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Eve, Juliet (2008) Sceptic 2.0? Social networking technologies in public libraries In: Griffiths, Jillian R. and Craven, Jenny, eds. Access, delivery, performance: the future of libraries without walls. Facet Publishing, pp. 95-111. ISBN 9781856046473
Eve, Juliet (2006) Proving our worth? Measuring the impact of the public library system in the UK In: Brophy, P., Craven, J. and Markland, M., eds. Libraries without walls 6: Evaluating the distributed delivery of library services. Facet Publishing, London, UK, pp. 100-109. ISBN 1856045765
Nankivell, C. and Eve, Juliet (2002) Public libraries matter In: Brophy, P., Fisher, S. and Clarke, Z., eds. Libraries without walls 4: the delivery of library services to distant users. Facet Publishing, London, UK, pp. 219-230. ISBN 185604436X
Eve, Juliet and Brabazon, T. (2008) Learning to leisure? Failure, fame, blame, shame, homophobia and other everyday practices in online education The Journal of Literacy and Technology, 9 (1). pp. 36-61. ISSN 1535-0975
Eve, Juliet (2008) Writing a research proposal: planning and communicating your research ideas effectively Library & Information Research : Research Into Practice For Information & Library Services, 32 (102). pp. 18-28. ISSN 1756-1086
Eve, Juliet and Schenk, N. (2007) Informing and communicating research - everyone's responsibility Library and Information Update, 6 (6). pp. 22-23. ISSN 1476-7171
Eve, Juliet, de Groot, M. and Schmidt, A.M. (2007) Supporting lifelong learning in public libraries across Europe Library Review, 56 (5). pp. 393-406. ISSN 0024-2535
Eve, Juliet and Schenk, N. (2006) Research and practice: findings from the Interactions project Library and Information Research, 30 (96). pp. 36-46. ISSN 0141-6561
Report (for external body)
Eve, Juliet and Brophy, P. (2001) The value and impact of end-user IT services in public libraries [Report (for external body)]
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Eve, Juliet and Schenk, N. (2006) Interactions between library, archive and information management researchers and library, archive and management professionals Arts & Humanities Research Council.