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New Issue of Hypothesis Out Now!

The 2022 issue of Hypothesis: research journal for health information professionals has been published. We’d like to thank everyone involved for their hard work and effort during this transitional period, which includes redesigning the layout of published articles. If you click on the PDFs, you will see how much has changed since the November 2021 issue. Plus, we created a new logo. Way to go, Team!

This issue includes:

  • A Voices of Experience article on the benefits and actions needed to build a culture of research in academic libraries, by Jenessa McElfresh, K. Megan Sheffield, and Maggie Albro.
  • The Introduction of Rebecca Carlson as the new Chair Elect of MLA’s Research Caucus.
  • A Failure article on a pilot project to use board games to study student attitudes toward interprofessional education.
  • The return of the Research Mentor column with an intro by originator Jon Eldridge.

In addition, we are recruiting for volunteers to help with editing, marketing, etc. We’d also love to hear your ideas for future articles or issues. Follow us on Twitter for the latest updates.

The newest issue is available on the Hypothesis website.

 With appreciation,

 Hypothesis Editorial Team

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