Making Meetings More Meaningful: An Exploration of Meeting Science in Libraries

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This article adds to the growing body of research in meeting science, explored from a library perspective. The authors investigate the predictors of success for productive meetings, librarian perceptions of effective meeting leadership, and best practices for meeting leadership.

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Leuzinger, Julie & Brannon, Sian May 12, 2021.

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This article adds to the growing body of research in meeting science, explored from a library perspective. The authors investigate the predictors of success for productive meetings, librarian perceptions of effective meeting leadership, and best practices for meeting leadership.

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Abstract: The term “meeting science” first appears in the 2015 publication The Cambridge Handbook of Meeting Science, edited by Allen, Lehamann–Willenbrock, and Rogelberg. The field looks at actual meetings and their components, usually through observations and surveys. As meetings occur in virtually every library environment, it behooves an investigation. There is a lack of empirical studies for meeting science in libraries. This article adds to the growing body of research in the area, explored from a library perspective. The authors investigate the predictors of success for productive meetings, librarian perceptions of effective meeting leadership, and best practices for meeting leadership.

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  • Journal of Library Administration, 61, Taylor & Francis, 2021

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  • Publication Title: Journal of Library Administration
  • Volume: 61
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Leuzinger, Julie & Brannon, Sian. Making Meetings More Meaningful: An Exploration of Meeting Science in Libraries, article, May 12, 2021; (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1808793/: accessed June 14, 2021), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .

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