Mrs Clare Thorpe
|Position||Associate Director (Library Quality and Planning)|
|Phone||+61 7 3470 4240|
|Qualifications||BA USQ , GCertHigherEd Griffith , GDipLib&InSt QUT|
library science, evidence based library and information practice, user experience,
Associate member and Distinguished Certified Practitioner - Australian Library and Information Association (AALIA DCP)
Research most recent
Thorpe, C. (2017) Painting with feedback. Paper presented at Information Online 2017, Sydney, February. https://informationonline.alia.org.au/content/painting-feedback
Thorpe, C. (2016) Never standing still: Using evidence to improve visitors’ experiences at State Library of Queensland. Qualitative and Quantitative Methods in Libraries, 5(3), p. 667-675. Available: http://qqml-journal.net/index.php/qqml/article/view/350.
Thorpe, C. (2015) Taking off the edges – implementing a streamlined client identity management experience at State Library of Queensland. Paper presented at Information Online 2015, Sydney, February. http://information-online.alia.org.au/sites/default/files/takingofftheedges_paper.doc
Research most notable
Partridge, H., Edwards, SL. & Thorpe, C. (2010). Evidence-based practice: Information professionals’ experience of information literacy in the workplace. In Lloyd, A. & Talja, S. (Eds.), Practising information literacy: Bringing Theories of Learning, Practice and Information Literacy Together. Centre for Information Studies: Wagga Wagga, NSW. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/279444037_Evidence-based_practice_Information_professionals%27_experience_of_information_literacy_in_the_workplace
Publications in ePrints
Thorpe, Clare (2017) Engaging with our communities: future trends and opportunities for reference services. Journal of the Australian Library and Information Association, 66 (4). pp. 406-415. ISSN 2475-0158
Glanville, Clare (2006) The missing link?: Alumni chapters and the professional development of librarians. In: 2006 ALIA Biennial Conference, 20-22 Sept 2006, Perth, Australia.