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
- 17Mackey, Margaret
- 13McNally, Michael B.
- 12Rathi, Dinesh
- 7Samek, Toni
- 7Shiri, Ali
- 44Information Policy
- 44LIS 598 - Information Policy - Winter 2017
- 5Open Educational Resources
- 127School of Library and Information Studies
- 127School of Library and Information Studies/Journal Articles (Library & Information Studies)
- 2University of Alberta Library
- 2University of Alberta Library/Libraries Staff Publications
- 1English and Film Studies, Department of
- 1English and Film Studies, Department of/Journal Articles (English and Film Studies)
Building a "Digital Futures' Community Broadband Portal
McMahon, Rob, McNally, Michael B
This presentation by Drs. Rob McMahon and Michael B. McNally was presented at the Digital Futures Symposium on Rural Broadband Enablement held in Olds, AB, Oct 14-15, 2015. The presentation outlines considerations for the construction of a portal and repository to house materials on community...
Canada's Current Copyright Environment
A Presentation for the Northern Alberta Health Libraries Association TRENDS Conference, May 2, 2014
Choices and Consequences in Transitioning from Closed to Open Resources and Courses
Christiansen, Erik G., McNally, Michael B.
This presentation examines the continuum from closed to open for both open educational resources in general and open courses. The presentation evaluates what instructional choices are needed to increase openness. In this regard the presentation will identify not only how to move resources and...
Communicating research findings to library and information science practitioners: A study of ISIC papers from 1996 to 2006.Download
Julien, Heidi, Genuis, Shelagh, McKechnie, Lynne, Tami Oliphant
Introduction. This study examined if and how the results of information behaviour research are being interpreted and reported for application to the work of library and information science practitioners. Method. A content analysis was conducted of 117 research reports published in the 1996 to...
Creating an archived website that is as close as possible to the original, live website remains one of the most difficult challenges in the field of web archiving. Failing to adequately capture a website might mean an incomplete historical record or, worse, no evidence that the site ever even...
The article presents an article by Kathleen de la Peña McCook entitled \"Workplace Speech in Libraries and Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.\" Her article adopts a policy which says everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression. This human right includes...
Design vs. Pedagogical Considerations for OERs
This presentation examines the tension between design principles for Open Educational Resources (OERs) and the pedagogical needs for class/course materials. Designing OERs for maximal use requires considering several facets including intellectual property concerns, considerations for...
Reyes Ayala, Brenda, Du, Qiufeng, Han, Juyi
Presented at the Linked Archives 2022: International Workshop on Archives and Linked Data at the 26th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL2022), Padua, Italy.
Alipour-Hafezi, M. , Horri, A. , Shiri, A. , Ghaebi, A.
The main purpose of this paper is identifying the current situation of Iranian digital libraries in terms of interoperability abilities and proposing an interoperability solution for Iranian digital libraries. Analytical survey is used in this research. In fact, questionnaire and observation were...