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The perfect space: classroom environments and learning outcomes
What impact does a classroom space have on learning outcomes for students? Does a perfect library teaching space exist? This presentation highlights the findings of a 2014 survey of teaching librarians and library staff ...
Library Open Access publishing funds
Presentation on scope, successes and challenges facing library Open Access publishing funds delivered at the Canadian Association of Learned Journals meeting at Congress 2014, Brock University, St. Catharines, ON, Canada. ...
“I think this is a great program”: using qualitative and quantitative data to assess a personal librarian program
(Ontario Library Association, 2017-02)
Publish, don’t perish: tips for evaluating journals
So, you want make sure you publish your research in a “good” journal? Maybe your role includes advising others on how to select appropriate publication venues? It’s tricky navigating the complex and rapidly shifting terrain ...
Personal Librarians: can we help with student retention?
A strong body of research shows positive correlations between use of library resources and student success amd retention. Research on retention also shows the importance of students feeling connected to their university ...
Engaging Faculty to Advance Campus Open Access Policies: Strategies and Lessons Learned
As champions of creating more equitable systems for sharing scholarly research, libraries are typically the leaders in developing open access policies at their institutions. This work aligns with evidence that effective ...
Are we walking the talk? Tensions between librarians' values, academic freedom and open scholarship
Open access - the practice of freely sharing scholarly outputs online -- is steadily garnering support across the research community. At academic institutions, libraries are usually the standard-bearers for this trend, ...