Libraries Staff Presentations
Items in this Collection
- 7Peck, Carla L.
- 6Wakaruk, Amanda
- 3Hwang, Christina
- 2Campbell, Sandy
- 2Harder, Geoffrey S.
- 2Henry, Alison
- 7University of Alberta Libraries Workshop
- 4University of Alberta Centre for Teaching and Learning
- 3Active Learning
- 3Centre for Teaching and Learning
- 3Copyright Act review
Presentation from the NEOS 2018 miniconference. Conference abstract: Librarians and library staff are uniquely positioned to observe how copyright benefits both authors and the public good through the use of these works in libraries. This session will explore ways NEOS members can contribute to...
A presentation about social media and web 2.0 technologies for the Edmonton Law Librarians Association. Presented in 2010.
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...
Presentation that accompanied a Creative Commons Canada community call about Crown copyright.
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...
In this digital Initiatives speaker series Greg Whistance-Smith and Raheel Malkan share their findings and lessons learned from working with Lydia Zvyagintseva on research and service development, as part of their Graduate Student Internship Program at the University of Alberta Libraries. They...
A presentation given at a meeting in Edmonton on November 17, 2015 co-sponsored by RDC and the University of Alberta with support from SSHRC on behalf of the federal granting agencies. The Edmonton meeting involved senior representatives of 16 institutions, as well as of the federal granting...
Really Simple Syndication? Faculty and Residents' Adoption of RSS Feeds Following an Instruction SessionDownload
We hypothesized that offering instruction on RSS would be useful to health sciences faculty and medical residents, and would lead to increased use of RSS.