Leddy Libraries’ Librarian Research Series will continue Friday, May11th at 11:00 with the presentation, “Students Helping Students: Measuring the Impact of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Mentor Program (FASSMP)”. Information Literacy Librarian, Tamsin Bolton along with colleague and co-researcher, Tina Pugliese from the Drama Department will be presenting their collaborative research on the University of Windsor’s FASSMP. The researchers will be joined by five students from the mentorship program who will share their insights on and experiences with the mentorship program.
All Scholars Portal services (including Journals, Books, RACER, WizFolio, ODESI, GeoPortal, ASK a Librarian, Refworks, SFX, Verde) will be unavailable due to scheduled maintenance from Friday, May 4 at 23:59 until Saturday, May 5 at 04:00 (EDT). This maintenance window is being used to upgrade existing network hardware. We’re sorry for the interruption and appreciate your understanding.
Leddy Libraries’ Librarian Research Series will continue Friday, May4th at 11:00 with the presentation, “Finding Strength(s): Insights on Canadian Aboriginal Physical Cultural Practices”. Data Librarian, Kristi Thompson and colleague and co-researcher, Victoria Paraschak from Human Kinetics will be presenting their interesting collaborative research on the Canadian Aboriginal community and their physical cultural practices.
Please join us Friday, May 4 at 11:00am, Room 302 West Building, Leddy Library.
Leddy Libraries’ Librarian Research Series will continue Friday, April 27th at 11:00 with Karen Pillon presenting, “No students turned away: Using Kohlberg's 6 Stages of Moral Development to inform a customer service model.” Karen, Head of Access Services, Leddy Library, will present her exploration of the potential application of Lawrence Kohlberg’s work to build a stronger customer service model at Leddy Library.
Join us Friday, April 27 at 11:00am, Room 302 West Building, Leddy Library.
Read about Dr Brian Owens’ work to collect materials in anticipation of the bicentennial of the War of 1812. He has a surprising take on the big three legends of the conflict – General Isaac Brock, Chief Tecumseh, and Laura Secord. Click here to read about it in the Daily News.