Libraries Staff Publications
This collection contains publications of staff at the University of Alberta Libraries.
Items in this Collection
A Community Study of the Bibliothèque Saint-Jean
The significance of my capping exercise is valued according to its relevance with respect to librarianship as a field of study in the University of Alberta's School of Library and Information Studies (SLIS) and as a lifelong professional pursuit. The relevance of A Community Study of the...
This books contained in this list were selected for inclusion in a children's health collection, such as a hospital library or public library. The collection is designed for use by children from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 6. Materials were selected based on date of publication and their potential...
This is the English translation of a short essay published on April 11th 2002 in The Canadian Chinese Times, a community newspaper in Edmonton. It is on the validity and sustainability of the traditional vertical text direction of written and printed Chinese texts. The original Chinese essay is...
Document and Reveal: Library Association of Alberta Continuing Education Certification Program Pilot ProjectDownload
The final report and recommendations of a continuing education certification pilot project for the Canadian library community.
EJCA Community Survey 2013 Results and Individual Histories
The History Project of the Edmonton Japanese Community Association conducted a survey in 2013 to record the status of people with Japanese heritage living in the Edmonton area. This report includes the survey results in two parts. Part 1 is data in charts, graphs, and maps. Part 2 is personal...
In January 2010, the Edmonton Japanese Community Association (EJCA) established a small history project committee to gather information about the historical Japanese influence in Edmonton and area. This report summarizes the project as of June 2014, provides some highlights, and lists the...
There is no one right way to organize a library and its systems; so much depends on the organizers and the users, and the ongoing commitment of time, effort, and money is theoretically without limits. The benefits enjoyed by the EJCA library include a belief among members that a library is a...
Since 2013, staff in the University of Alberta Libraries have involved students in the University’s Department of Art & Design in our Open Access (OA) Week efforts. Students have created two important parts of OA Week: a visual identity for our campaign and an exhibition of design installations...