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New Issue of <em>Voices: Topics in Canadian Librarianship</em>

New Issue of Voices: Topics in Canadian Librarianship

November 7, 2017

Welcome to the third issue of Voices: Topics in Canadian Librarianship!

Guest edited by Robyn Cameron (Master of Information student at the University of Toronto) and Nicole Lacelle (LIT Student at Algonquin College), in this issue of Voices, you will read about student work experiences in libraries, archives, museums, and information management.

Volume 1, Issue 3 (2017)

Table of Contents

Topic: Student Work Experiences

Guest Editorial

Failing Forward and Staying Cool
By Robyn Cameron

Features

A Venture into Practicality
By Nicole Lacelle

Reference Service on a Global Scale
By Krisandra Ivings

Dedication and Passion: Records Management at the Women’s Art Museum Society of Canada
By Karine St-Onge

Five Tips to Make the Most of Your Summer Job
By Erica Vanden Bosch

Volunteering at the Computer Center of the Atwater Library: “Connecting the Dots Backwards” with the Academy
By David Ramirez Jaimes

The View From Above: Architectural Librarianship at the Western Archives
By Jim Seale

My Summer with the Sisters of St. Joseph Archives
By Nicole Corbo

Building a Career in Archives
By Richard Gale

Getting the Most out of Student Work Placements
By Helena Merriam

Comment tirer le maximum des stages d’étudiants
Par Helena Merriam

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One response to New Issue of Voices: Topics in Canadian Librarianship

  1. Debra Power says:

    I have spent many years working in various public sector departments, and what has been a very ‘cool’ experience is working with MIS/LIS students. So wonderful to hear from fresh perspectives!

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