Librarian Research Series

The 2016-2017 Librarian Research Series (LRS) was launched in September. The LRS provides the opportunity for the library and campus community to hear more about the exciting, innovative, and diverse research projects being undertaken by the librarians of the University of Windsor. This semester, we have five presentations from members of the Leddy Library community:

September 30, 2016 Pascal Calarco
New Competencies for eResearch

October 14, 2016 Kristi Thompson
Herding Cats and Librarians: Pitfalls of Editing a Research Collection

November 18, 2016 Mita Williams
The City as Classroom vs. The City as Advertising Platform

November 25, 2016 Heidi LM Jacobs, David Johnston, & Miriam Wright
Breaking the Colour Barrier: Wilfred Boomer Harding (1915-1991) and the Chatham Coloured All-Stars

December 9, 2016 Jennifer Soutter
Neoliberalism: What Is It and Why We Should Care

All presentations take place 11 am - noon in Room 302 West Leddy Library.

Additionally, this semester we have added a visiting speaker to our presentation roster. Emily Drabinski from Long Island University will be presenting on Librarians & Labour: Making Infrastructural Work Visible. Emily's presentation is co-sponsored with Univesiry of Windsor's Humanities Research Group. Emily will present on Tuesday, December 6th at 11 am in Room 302 West Leddy Library. 

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