Journal Articles (Library & Information Studies)
Publications by faculty affiliated with the School of Library and Information Studies, Faculty of Education, University of Alberta.
Items in this Collection
- 49McNally, Michael B
- 16Mackey, Margaret
- 13McNally, Michael B.
- 12Rathi, Dinesh
- 7Samek, Toni
- 6Shiri, Ali
- 44Information Policy
- 44LIS 598 - Information Policy - Winter 2017
- 5Open Educational Resources
598 Information Policy - Winter 2017 - Lecture 3 (video)
This is the third lecture from the Winter 2017 offering of LIS 598 Information Policy. This lecture covers trends and influences on information policy. The lecture is available as a PowerPoint with audio or video (.wmv) file. All of the underlying files including the text of the audio is...
Any classification system should be evaluated with respect to a variety of philosophical and practical concerns. This paper explores several distinct issues: the nature of a work, the value of a statement, the contribution of information science to philosophy, the nature of hierarchy, ethical...
Anna Wilson, University of Alberta The United Nations guiding principles of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities includes non- discrimination, full participation, and inclusion in society. Unfortunately, many scholars with disabilities are not represented in the academic and...
Bakhtin’s concept of the chronotope, the representation of a particular time and space in an artistic work, is used to explore connections between Anne of Green Gables (Montgomery, 1908) and Elijah of Buxton (2007). Written a century apart, these novels both feature an eleven-year-old protagonist...
Mackey discusses the impact of television on young viewers by tracing Arthur the Aardvark's transformation--and influence on children--from a literary creation to the popular hero of a daily TV show and a Web page to an ActiMate doll.
As academic librarians with faculty status increasingly embrace research engagement as a core value and requirement, one of the little studied questions is the extent to which they possess the requisite knowledge and skills to conduct high quality research and scholarship, and what further...
Assessment of the Research Learning Needs of the University of Saskatchewan Librarians: A Case StudyDownload
As academic librarians with faculty status increasingly embrace research engagement as a core value and requirement, one of the little-studied questions is the extent to which they possess the requisite knowledge and skills to conduct high-quality research and scholarship and what further...
Broadband 101 (Video)
This learning object is prepared in support of the consultations for Getting Started - Building a Broadband Consensus as part of the development of a broadband toolkit for use in Alberta. This object is a video version of the Broadband 101 presentation.
Broadening Access to Knowledge: Considerations in Developing and Using Open Educational Resources (OER)Download
Open Educational Resources (OERs) have the potential to enhance education across the globe by facilitating the sharing, reuse and adaptation of learning materials. The range of materials that constitute OERs is quite broad covering lecture materials, textbooks and entire courses at every level...