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
Engaging students in the classroom is a challenge, but more so with the proliferation of technology, such as cell phones and laptops, that have served to distract students. In an effort to capture students’ attention in the classroom, many instructors have opted to use clicker technology. Mobile...
Finding Canadian polar Indigenous studies in Medline
The polar library community has made much progress over the past thirty years in the development of bibliographic search tools that allow fast and easy access to publications about the Arctic and Antarctic. Many of us rely heavily on tools such as Arctic and Antarctic Regions to satisfy our need...
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.
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...
Access to government information in Canada is changing. This session provided a brief overview of new policies and initiatives that impact the way information professionals access government documents and publications in Canada. Topics included the Depository Services Program's move away from...
Here today, where tomorrow? Monitoring and making sense of Government of Canada web content changes in a post-depository environment.Download
The Government of Canada’s web presence is constantly changing. From early Common Look and Feel Protocols to the recent Web Renewal Action Plan, content has been removed and/or replaced, sometimes captured by the Depository Services Program (DSP) or Library and Archives Canada and sometimes...
Information Literacy at the Heart of Librarianship and Translation Studies: A Case Study of the University of Alberta Libraries
Information Literacy at the Heart of Librarianship and Translation Studies: A Case Study of the University of Alberta LibrariesDownload
Since the University of Alberta’s (UA) Modern Languages and Culture Studies (MLCS) department actively integrated information literacy into its translation certificate programme five years ago, the university’s libraries (UAL) have moved from the periphery to the heart of the programme, teaching...
Information Use on Mobile Devices in Medicine
Introduction: Little is known about medical trainees’ and clinicians’ current use of mobile devices for information-seeking, including the resources they use and in what context. This study was designed to better understand what types of mobile information resources this population finds...