Libraries Staff Publications
This collection contains publications of staff at the University of Alberta Libraries.
Items in this Collection
- 62University of Alberta Libraries
- 62University of Alberta Libraries/Libraries Staff Publications
- 2Canadian Circumpolar Institute
- 2Canadian Circumpolar Institute/Circumpolar Collection
- 1Integrative Health Institute (IHI)
- 1Integrative Health Institute (IHI)/Wisdom Engaged: Traditional Knowledge and Northern Community Well-Being
- 12Campbell, Sandy
- 9Lacroix, Denis
- 9Luyk, Sean
- 6Wakaruk, A.
- 5Polkinghorne, Sarah
- 4Koufogiannakis, Denise
- 9Government information
- 7Web archiving
- 6Digital preservation
- 5Government of Canada
- 4Canada, Alberta, Edmonton
Wearable technology has been a news-friendly trend in the past decade, particularly given the popularity of, and attendant concerns with, digital fitness trackers. One type of wearable technology, the GoPro camera, has become widely known for enabling first-person views of athletic feats such as...
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. The presentation was given at the Netspeed Library...
Helping students learn how to navigate information—and misinformation—is as important as ever. The Canadian information literacy (IL) landscape continues to evolve along with rhetorical, theoretical, and contextual developments, such as the new Framework for Information Literacy for Higher...
Everyone uses information gathered through the senses to understand and navigate daily life. Despite this ubiquity, some types of sensory information have received little attention within library and information studies (LIS). This CAIS paper analyzes one sense as an example, the sense of smell,...
Within library and information studies (LIS), there is growing awareness of the role of the body and its surroundings in people’s information and knowledge experiences. Predominant data collection methods, such as the sit-down interview, should be reexamined in light of this awareness. This paper...
This presentation was an update to library staff on the progress that has been made on the CLIR-funded "Bridging the Research Data Divide." It outlines the initial processes taken to describe maternal, infant, and child health research data and engage researchers.
This presentation for NADDI 2016 gives an overview of the processing work that has gone into research data description for the two types of collections being described in the "Bridging the Research Data Divide" project: special collections and contemporary research collections.
Finding More Canadian Indigenous Health Articles Using Search Filters
This presentation describes 12 provincial and territorial database search filters, which were created to retrieve articles about Indigenous people from OVID Medline.
Paper presented at the Canadian Association of Professional Academic Librarians (CAPAL) conference, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. University of Ottawa. Ottawa, ON. June 2, 2015.
Invited presentation for the Canadian Association of Research Libraries' Leviathan North: Long-term Access to Government Information in the Digital Era.