Libraries Staff Presentations
Items in this Collection
- 7Peck, Carla L.
- 5Wakaruk, Amanda
- 3Hwang, Christina
- 2Campbell, Sandy
- 2Harder, Geoffrey S.
- 2Laroque, Sheila
- 7University of Alberta Libraries Workshop
- 4University of Alberta Centre for Teaching and Learning
- 3Active Learning
- 3Centre for Teaching and Learning
Once a year, graduate students are invited to showcase their research by submitting a high-resolution image, accompanied by a title and short, plain-language description explaining how the image represents their research, to the University of Alberta (UAlberta) Libraries’ Images of Research...
Presentation at the Canadian Association of Law Libraries conference in Edmonton, Alberta, 2019. Abstract: Section 12 of the Copyright Act is at odds with the aims of Open Government. This talk will review how Crown copyright creates unnecessary barriers to the re-use of government information...
Recent work on “surveillance” and “platform” capitalism propose that the adjectives mark out something new and unprecedented. However, both electronic surveillance and online platforms are part of a larger ecosystem which combines machine learning algorithms and Big Data to draw conclusions and...
Presentation at Creative Commons Summit 2019 in Lisbon, Portugal. Program Abstract: The closed door of open government: Creative Commons as a remedy for Crown copyright barriers Open licensing of government publications is a laudable goal, but is rarely achieved in Canada. As a result, many...
E-Serial Management at the University of Alberta
Presented on June 8, 2018 at the NEOS 2018 Miniconference. This presentation provides an overview of the tools and processes involved in cataloguing and managing electronic serials at the University of Alberta, with a focus on the SFX Knowledge Base and link resolver.
This OLA Super Conference 2018 session introduced a three-year, grant-funded project to develop OER-compatible copyright tutorials for a wide Canadian audience. Completed modules were demonstrated and feedback about moving forward with the project solicited. The open nature of these works were...
This presentation provides an overview of the work of the University of Alberta Libraries to examine and revise its descriptive metadata practices to more accurately, appropriately, and respectfully represent Indigenous peoples and contexts. This was presented on April 24, 2018 as part of the SLA...
Introduction: Improving Indigenous health in Canada means understanding reconciliation as it is presented through an Indigenous lens. Storytelling is a way that many Indigenous peoples pass on history, traditions, knowledge, and wisdom from one generation to another. Truth and Reconciliation...