Open Ideas Symposium
This collection contains materials presented at Open Ideas, an annual research symposium that provides UofA Libraries' staff with a chance to present their completed and in-progress research.
Items in this Collection
- 1Campbell, Sandy
- 1Farnel, Sharon
- 1Hatherill, Jeanette
- 1Helwig, Melissa
- 1Kung, Janice
- 1Quaiattini, Andrea M
- 1Canadian Indigenous Children's Fiction
- 1Canadian Public Libraries
- 1Community contributed metadata
Although religious groups make up a significant percentage of the Canadian population, there is a gap in research about whether or not Canadian libraries carry sufficient materials to meet the needs of their religious users. To address this gap, this study examined the number of Christian,...
Once a paper has been retracted, do people still cite the article? Are they citing it and reporting the retraction or are they continuing to use the reported results? The impact of retracted publications have been studied in a variety of disciplines using various methods often with limited...
This lightning strike presentation discusses the idea of considering community contributed and approved metadata to be instances of digital storytelling as it empowers them to use digital means to tell their own stories in the way they wish them to be told. The presentation was given at the...
Presentation summary of Hatherill, J and Vanderjagt, L. National Institutional Repository Managers Meeting Summary Report / Réunion nationale des responsables de dépôt institutionnel Rapport sommaire doi:10.7939/R36D5PP5D
Storytelling is a way that many Indigenous peoples pass on history, traditions, knowledge, and wisdom from one generation to another. Indigenous authors use storytelling to share contemporary knowledge with young people as well. Nowhere is this more apparent than in how Indigenous peoples are...