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For the first time in the history of Canadian library education, intellectual freedom courses are part of the curriculum. In September 2000, Dr. Ann Curry introduced a course entitled \"Current Trends in Library and Information Service: Issues in Intellectual Freedom\" at the School of Library,...
Is What You See What You Get? Exploring the Role of Virtual Reference Icons on Academic Library WebsitesDownload
The goal of this study is to better understand academic library design, selection, and use of web icons. An additional goal is to discover some of the possible consequences of icon design decisions for student users. This research is meant to help library staff better understand the factors...
From professional journals to scholarly publications, from conference hall corridors to staff rooms, from editorials to listservs, the role of the library in society is under constant discussion. This article follows that discussion into a library school classroom.
A literature review of 21st century reference collections with a focus on weeding and highlighting electronic reference materials.
This thesis addresses the question of whether or not Canadian public libraries are creating online communities through their websites and social media pages. Studies into what sense of community entails, both physically and digitally have been conducted outside of the library and information...