I am an information literacy librarian and the subject liaison for English and History. I work with students, faculty, and members of the community to help connect them with the information resources they need. In my teaching, research, and librarianship, I am not only interested in getting information to the people who need it, I am also concerned with issues of access and preservation of information, particularly historical and literary historical information in a wide range of formats and contexts. My most recent project is Breaking the Colour Barrier: Wilfred “Boomer” Harding and the Chatham Coloured All-Stars (1932-1939). It's an exciting time to be a librarian and to work with members of the university communities. You can follow me on Twitter at LitAtLeddy.
Research?" In Beth Bloom and Marta Deyrup (eds) Successful Strategies for Teaching Undergraduate Student Research, Rowman and Littlefield.
Stovel." Jane Austen Sings the Blues, Ed. Nora Foster Stovel. University of Alberta Press.
Jacobs, H. L.M., & Berg, S. (2013). By Librarians, For Librarians: Building a Strengths-Based Institute to Develop Librarians' Research Culture in Canadian Academic Libraries. Journal of Academic Librarianship
Jacobs, H. L. M (2002). Maria Susanna Cummins’s London Letters: April 1860. Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers, 19(2), 241-254. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/25679431
Keynote: "Toward a Reflective Information Literacy Collaboration" at California Conference on Library Instruction. With Dale Jacobs. May 2011, Santa Cruz, CA
Closing Plenary: "Looking Outward, Looking Within: Reflections on Information Literacy Praxis" at Workshop on Instruction in Library Use (WILU). With Selinda Berg. May 2009, Montreal, QC
"Critical Information Literacy and Literary History: Teaching the Conflicts in the Digital Age," at WILU, May 2013 Fredricton, NB
"What if Maria Susanna Cummins had Twitter?: Information Literacy, Literary History, Social Media and the Classroom," Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, July 2011, Washington, DC
Engaging Theory for Reflective Information Literacy Practices," Ontario Library Association SuperConference February 2010, Toronto, ON
“Wow, we can do that?”: Using Digital Archives for Information Literacy Initiatives in History Classes" Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing, July 2007, Minneapolis, MN
"When Librarians and Professors Talk: Cross-campus Dialogues about Teaching and Learning." The Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education. With Dale Jacobs. June 2007, Edmonton, AB