Graduate Research (Library & Information Studies)
Items in this Collection
- 5Johnston, Lucinda
- 3Lucinda Johnston
- 3McNally, Michael B
- 2Christiansen, Erik G.
- 2Fontaine, Trish
- 2Fraser, Crystal
- 5Soundscapes (Music)
- 4Indians of North America--Canada--Bamfield--Vancouver Island--British Columbia
- 4Knowledge Management
- 4Mythology--Bamfield--Vancouver Island--British Columbia
- 3Chela Sandoval
- 47School of Library and Information Studies
- 47School of Library and Information Studies/Graduate Research (Library & Information Studies)
- 2Communications and Technology Graduate Program
- 2Communications and Technology Graduate Program/Open Educational Resources (Communications and Technology)
- 1Forum for Information Professionals
- 1Forum for Information Professionals/FIP 2014
Knowledge Management Technologies: Microblogging as Knowledge Sharing and Generation in Academic Departments Presentation
Academic departments display a variety of knowledge management needs, with primary needs of knowledge sharing and generation due to their teaching and research activities. This paper examines the potential for using microblogging platforms as knowledge sharing and generation tools within small...
This review reports on the current state of academic literature related to Human Libraries (HLs), their impact on Human Books and Readers, and their successful implementation. While HL events have been occurring regularly since 2000, scholarly work on the subject did not begin appearing until...
A soundscape created as part of my research project for Advanced Research in LIS (597): an acoustic ethnography of Rutherford Library North. For this project I collected environmental sounds and conducted interviews asking library users questions about their perception of experience with sound in...
A literature review of 21st century reference collections with a focus on weeding and highlighting electronic reference materials.
Makerspaces as learning spaces: An historical overview and literature review
Makerspace is an open community center where “people with common interests, often in computers and machining and so on, can meet, socialize and collaborate” (Kelly, 2013, p. 1). Based on a literature review, this study starts with the definition and the historical development of makerspaces, and...
Making Videos for Education and Instruction
Guy, Julia, McNally, Michael B
This presentation will provide an introduction to the process of making videos. Examining the three stages of video creation (pre-production, production/recording, and post-production) the aim will be to provide an understanding of what is required to make videos with a focus on...
This paper briefly examines various perspectives on digital libraries in order to discuss what constitutes a digital library, the value or necessity of digital libraries, and how digital libraries differ from physical libraries. Critical avenues for examining key socio-technological aspects of...
National Core Library Statistics Program: Statistical Report 1996: Cultural and Economic Impact on Canadian Society of Public, Academic, and Special LibrariesDownload
Schrader, Alvin M.; Brundin, Michael R.
Canada’s National Core Library Statistics Program was designed to capture several key indicators of the broad impact on Canadian society of library services provided by the public, academic, and special library sectors.
Created in 1971 by the Ohio College Library Centre (OCLC), WorldCat was rapidly established as the profession’s largest collaborative catalog. Four years after its creation a study of 47 libraries showed that the shared catalog had virtually eliminated the need for internal cataloging in small...
OLITA 2021 Tech Talk: Increased Demand for Open and Accessible Copyright Education caused by COVID-19
OLITA 2021 Tech Talk: Increased Demand for Open and Accessible Copyright Education caused by COVID-19Download
This OLA Super Conference 2021 Tech Talk comparatively analyzed the viewing data for the Opening Up Copyright instructional module videos before and during the COVID-19 pandemic to see if the pandemic caused a spike in interest in copyright education.