The case of the disappearing librarians: analyzing documentation of librarians’ contributions to systematic reviews

« Participation in a systematic review can represent considerable time investment for librarians and there is a multitude of roles that a librarian can play within systematic review. Yet while official documentation of this effort can be important in performance evaluations, and librarian co-authorship has been found to correlate with higher quality reported search strategies, librarians’ contributions sometimes fade into the background as invisible labor, described in the final publication without specific named recognition of the librarian who performed the work. (…) »

source >, Amelia Brunskill, Rosie Hanneke, 24 mars 2023,