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IFLA adopted its Multicultural Library Manifesto in 2008. Meanwhile, contemporary scholarship in library and information studies suggests that North American Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS) graduates are not completing their degrees with a solid foundation in the core library...
Before a child learns to read, she or he has already had many experiences with language and with print. These prior experiences help to shape childrenʹs understanding of the contexts in which print-based language is useful, and of what it can do and how it works. However, omnipresent...
eService and the Alberta HR Crisis
Panel discussion. Presentation by Dr. Gellatly will offer general insights into what the “HR crisis” might mean for a variety of people-management practices within service-oriented companies. Specific topics will include “HR crisis” effects on selection, training, compensation, performance...
This presentation outlines the recent Canadian Tri-Agency Open Access Policy on Publications and what it might mean for academic library staff who will need to become versed on open access (OA) options for researchers. The distinction between “Gold” OA policies and “Green” OA policies is...
“If you could send over your documents to the photostat department...”: Paris Peace Conference Documentation and the Advent of MicrofilmDownload
In the years after 1919 the Paris Peace Conference and the Treaty of Versailles had enormous impact on world affairs, but historical research on the actual workings of the Conference was blocked, because the documentation was in closed collections. A major opening came when David Hunter Miller...
“Why is this link dead? Aren’t government publications all online?” Preserving digital federal content with the Canadian Government Information Private LOCKSS Network (CGI-PLN)Download
The vast majority of federal government information is digital and susceptible to both technological obsolescence and changes in information policy. In the past, content on government web sites has been lost to both factors. Concern about the lack of comprehensive web archiving or digital...