Title: Me and you and everything we know: information behavior in library workplaces
Author: Elizabeth Galoozis
Published: In the Library with the Lead Pipe, 26 February 2014
In Brief As librarians, we claim to uphold the principles of open access, equitable and unbiased service, intellectual freedom, and lifelong learning. How can we better integrate these principles into our workplaces? This article is an exploration of information behaviors and structures in library workplaces, particularly the behaviors of withholding and sharing information, and the effect they have on service to patrons and overall quality of the work environment.
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