Choose your own adventure: standing out with evidence-based

Choose your own adventure: standing out with evidence-based

Choose your own adventure: standing out with evidence-based practice Alisa Howlett / @acrystelle Coordinator, Evidence Based Practice @ USQ Library This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. CRICOS QLD 00244B | NSW 02225M TEQSA: PRV12081 Todays aims: Explore the evidence-based practice process with real-life scenarios Help you to see how evidence-based practice can be incorporated into day-to-day work (not a one-off) Inspire curiosity

Twitter: @acrystelle What is evidence-based practice? a structured process of articulating questions or problems, collecting, interpreting and applying valid and reliable evidence to support decision making and continuous service improvement in professional practice. Twitter: @acrystelle Howlett and Thorpe, 2018 What is evidence?

Research evidence Local evidence Twitter: @acrystelle Professional knowledge re-created from Koufogiannakis, D. 2011. Considering the place of practicebased evidence within Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (EBLIP). Library and Information Research, 35(111), 41-58.

What does EBP look like? Usually not a linear process Interpreting our context; understanding our community (Koufogiannakis, 2015) A mindset, a way of being a professional, looking outward and around (Partridge et al, 2010; Wilson, 2013; Gillespie, 2014) Being strategic and critical of what informs our work and what tells the story Twitter: @acrystelle Activity 1: Evidence gathering

(7 minutes) Read the scenario Consider the evidence For scenario 1: Read the scenario and consider the evidence. Consider what the question or Identify best available evidence to meet the need in your scenario problem might be.

Agree on the question or problem needing investigation. Twitter: @acrystelle Activity 2: Applying evidence (7 minutes) Review the evidence you have identified might inform your scenario.

Identify your next steps to: collect other evidence make a decision share your story with stakeholders take other action Twitter: @acrystelle Your backpack: Resources Workshop materials, including presentation slides and activities: acrystelle.com

Other useful resources: Koufogiannakis, D., & Brettle, A. (Eds.). (2016). Being evidence based in library and information practice. London England: Facet Publishing. Gillespie, A., Miller, F., Partridge, H., Bruce, C., & Howlett, A. (2017). What Do Australian Library and Information Professionals Experience as Evidence? Evidence Based Library & Information Practice, 12(1), 97-108. doi:https://doi.org/10.18438/B8R645

Grieves, K. (2017). Generating bespoke value and impact evidence to inform a thought-leadership approach to service engagement. Paper presented at the 12th International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries, Oxford. http://programme.exordo.com/northumbria12/delegates/presentation/24/ Twitter: @acrystelle Your backpack: Practical tips Analyse and interpret your data/evidence! Ask what stands out here? Pull your question or need apart identify key stakeholders and what you are asking as this will inform your method (eg. survey questions) Explore and consider other possible evidence sources (eg. is a survey

the best way to gather what you need?) It is okay to go back and forth in the EBP process it is not linear in reality! Twitter: @acrystelle This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. For more information: Alisa Howlett [email protected] / @acrystelle / acrystelle.com CRICOS QLD 00244B | NSW 02225M TEQSA: PRV12081

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