2021 Contributed Papers

The following contributed papers were presented at the SLA 2021 Annual Conference, which was conducted virtually in August 2021. For more information about contributed papers, click here.

Bringing Postdocs into the Fold: A Targeted Approach to Reaching an Underserved Health Sciences Population
Stacey E. Wahl
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Evidenced-Based Collection Development Strategies: Analysis of Faculty and Graduate Students Research in Food Science and Technology
Lutishoor Salisbury, Yang Tian, and Jeremy J. Smith
Paper | Slides

Implementation of National and Statewide Transportation Knowledge Management Initiatives: The Role of KM Professionals
Cara Marcus, Michael Molina, Jezmynne Dene Arroway, and Michelle C. Farabough
Paper | Slides

News You Lose: How Fading News Outlets are Changing the Work of One Special Library in British Columbia
Anna Loster and Megan Laflin
Paper | Slides

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