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Git It Done with GitHub: Digital Scholarship with Open Tools
Presentation material from Lightning Talk done at Digital Odyssey, 2019. Held in North York Central Library. Event sponsored and organized by Ontario Library and Information Technology (OLITA), a division of Ontario Library ...
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, ...
A Community Without a Space: Digital Scholarship at Brock University
The Digital Scholarship Lab at Brock University was originally set to open in the fall of 2018. However, the opening was delayed to the following summer. What that meant is that during the last academic year digital ...
Adult learning theories and autoethnography: Informing the practice of information literacy
The learning theories of self-directed learning and lifelong learning can inform the practice of information literacy in higher education for adult learners. These theories lend themselves to the use of autoethnography, ...
Overcoming Language Barriers for Non-Native Speakers of English: Learner Autonomy in Academic Libraries
(Association of College & Research Libraries, 2019)
The purpose of this chapter is to give librarians a brief overview of the theory of learner autonomy and to explain how fostering its presence in libraries can help overcome language barriers for non-native speakers of English.
To Jupyter and Beyond: Computational Notebooks in the Library
Have you heard of Jupyter? Better yet, have you heard about how computational notebooks can be used to teach technologies and are part of the reproducible science movement? This session will show you the Juptyer platform ...
How To Fulfil All Our Lending and (Our Patrons’) Borrowing Dreams
(Ontario Library Association Super Conference 2020, 2020-01-29)
Collaborative Futures (CF), a project to implement a shared library system for 14 Ontario universities, is about radical collaboration. The CF Shared Resources Working Group will discuss dreaming big to create, sell, and ...
Visualize your doppelgänger: using information graphics to benchmark AACSB-accredited business schools.
(Special Libraries Association, 2013-06-10)
A poster presented at the 2013 SLA Annual Conference, Business & Finance Division poster session, June 10, 2013 in San Diego, CA.
Revolution or evolution? Lessons learned from a business syllabus study.
(Special Libraries Association, Business & Finance Division, 2015-06-16)
Although the business school student population at Brock University was growing, requests for traditional in-class information literacy instruction (ILI) sessions were declining as faculty made room in the curriculum for ...