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The growth of debt and deficits in developed countries has led many states to consider the adoption of fiscal rules. There is little evidence on the benefits of different types of rules. This study uses Monte Carlo techniques to examine the impact on welfare and government spending stabilization...
This presentation speaks to the curation of “Dispatch from the Frontlines: Water Protection and Indigenous Resistance and Resurgence Along the Athabasca River,” a display created for LIS 598: Indigenous Contexts for Library and Information Studies in Canada. The questions that guide the display,...
Disseminating, Assimilating, and Creating: A Social Knowledge Cycle Model for Non-Profit OrganizationsDownload
This research paper explores how ‘social knowledge’, as an emergent category of organizational knowledge, flows through non-profit organizations (NPOs). Examining findings from qualitative interviews with 16 individual from Canadian NPOs on their use of social media for Knowledge Management (KM),...
When parents divorce, their children often experience personal upheaval and distress. Processing this event and the feelings it evokes can be facilitated through bibliotherapy, which uses children’s picture books containing themes of parental divorce and separation for healing therapies....
4B2 Colour Our Collections: Using adult colouring as outreach in a health sciences library rare books collection
4B2 Colour Our Collections: Using adult colouring as outreach in a health sciences library rare books collectionDownload
Introduction: A simple, cost effective method for engaging students and promoting use of our health sciences library's rare books collection was sought. An environmental scan of other special collections libraries' programs resulted in our decision to capitalize on the adult colouring trend....
Traditional library outreach and the more recent trend of community-led librarianship are significant ways public librarians serve the information needs of marginalized populations, paying special attention to the core library values of diversity, intellectual freedom, and social responsibility....
The use of computational analysis to visualize and aid in the interpretation of literature and book history is a way of supplementing traditional literary criticism. The application of statistical algorithms on a large scale allows a researcher to derive textual patterns and relationships that...