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Who Thinks What About Research? Academic Librarian Research According to Librarians, Faculty, and Collective Agreements
Research is an important component of academic librarianship. Often required for promotion and tenure, research is integral to the practice of evidence-based librarianship. This session will review a study of the perceptions ...
When Research is Relational: Supporting the Research Practices of Indigenous Studies Scholar
(Ithaka S+R, 2019-04-11)
In 2017 Ithaka S+R launched a project to explore the changing research methods and practices of Indigenous Studies scholars across Canada and the US with the goal of identifying services to better support them in ways that ...
Building Trust After the Labour Action: A Way Forward for a Nascent Bibliometric Service
Purpose: To provide an instructive case study on the role of academic librarians’ evolving role in the responsible and ethical stewardship of metrics for libraries wishing to provide support services for bibliometric and ...
Collective Agreements and the Freedom for Librarians to Research
The ability to conduct and disseminate research on any topic, even a politically sensitive one, is a component of academic freedom. The collective agreements, which govern the rights and responsibilities of librarians, of ...
Integrating archives into geography courses
When completing projects and papers for university geography courses, students are at least somewhat aware about searching for traditional academic sources such as journal articles and books; however, students are less ...
It's a poster about posters: how an in-person literacy poster session went online
(American Libraries Association Conference (ALA ’21), 2021-06-24)
The University of Manitoba’s science librarians developed a three-credit, second-year course entitled “Information Skills for the Sciences” that was delivered for the first time in the fall of 2020. The culminating project ...