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Increasing instructional relevance based on student reflections after they search for evidenceDownload
Tan, Maria C.; Campbell, Sandy
Introduction: Every medical school integrates library based instruction in finding and evaluating evidence as part of its core curriculum. By the beginning of Year 3, undergraduate medical students have consolidated their preferred search methods and are given a refresher assignment to ensure...
What should librarians be thinking about or be aware of when it comes to indigenizing their instruction? How can librarians respectfully engage in these practices in their sessions with students and instructors?
Presentation Slides regarding an Academic Resident project on user experience of Interlibrary Loan Service within the University of Alberta Libraries. This presentation features a breakdown of the project's plans for the course of Fall '17 and Winter '18 terms, as well as a brief summary of the...
Wakaruk, Amanda, Gareau-Brennan, Céline
Poster presented at the Ontario Library Association Superconference 2020. Abstract: Canadian copyright law is intentionally flexible, which can create confusion, anxiety, and chill. Having observed these frustrations first-hand, Amanda Wakaruk and Céline Gareau-Brennan present a draft Copyright...
Created for a webinar series on open education hosted by the Canadian Association of Research Libraries.
University of Alberta Libraries Workshop review of active learning strategies and key elements and questions to consider when planning an instruction session.
Presentation at the 2019 Music Library Association Conference, St. Louis, MO as part of a panel on music research data management. Panel abstract provided below: What is “research data” for music researchers and performers? How can music librarians develop their knowledge and skills to better...
This presentation outlines the beginning intentions and processes for an Academic Resident Project at the University of Alberta Libraries. The intention of the project was to conduct interviews with faculty members, course designers and students in order to better understand the library services...
Luyk, Sean, Doi, Carolyn, Rutley, Sarah
Presentation as part of a panel at the 2019 Music Library Association Conference in St. Louis, MO: "Start local, broadcast global: building connections with local music collections." Panel abstract provided below: Local music collections inform national histories, represent the musical diversity...