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A poster presented by School of Library and Information Studies student Anna Wilson MEd at the Forum for Information Professionals 2016 conference.
A study of students' perceptions of library catalogues on tablet computers: The NEOS Consortium catalogueDownload
Paper presented at the Forum for Information Professionals
Language and culture are deeply intertwined concepts, and to engage in one is to engage in the other. Multilingual collections are one way to engage both concepts, particularly in integrated multilingual collections that fully serve the diverse communities. This is in accordance with library...
Even as we understand the labour, health, and environmental hazards of the technology industry, it increasingly roots itself in our daily lives and modes of being. The library space and services has likewise shifted to meet these changing needs, while still holding core values in sustainability...
Freelance professionals find jobs for themselves through self-promotion but little study has been done on how they find these jobs or learn how to self-promote. An interview was conducted with a freelance illustrator who is new to the job market and who has limited professional experience....
Student groups share many characteristics with small non-profit organizations, however little study has been done on the knowledge needs of these groups. An exploratory study was conducted on a student group at a large university in Alberta, Canada to ascertain what knowledge needs the groups has...
Keynote from LIBRARIANS, MEET WORLD: Cultural Engagement and Inclusive Access in Libraries: Danielle Heavy Head is a member of Kainai, a Blackfoot tribe situated in between the Old Man River; the Belly River; & the Saint Mary’s River. Her father is Blackfoot and her mother is Cree from the...
The slide presentation given by School of Library and Information Studies student Corina Surcel at the Forum for Information Professionals 2016 Conference.
Analysis of Canadian Wireless Spectrum Auctions: Licence Ownership and Deployment in the 700 MHz, 2500 MHz and 3500 MHz Frequency RangesDownload
Despite the Canadian government’s assertion that high-speed broadband access is crucial for economic and social benefit, there is minimal competition or availability of these services in rural or remote areas. Economic factors suggest that wireless technologies are best-suited to help rural...