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

New Issue of Voices: Topics in Canadian Librarianship

January 31, 2018

Welcome to the latest issue of Voices: Topics in Canadian Librarianship.

Guest edited by Sarah Edgar, in this issue of Voices you will read about mental health training, experiences, and programming in public, academic, and special libraries.

Volume 2, Issue 1 (2018)

Table of Contents

Topic: LIS and Mental Health

Guest Editorial

Breaking the Silence
By Sarah Edgar

Features

Beating Mental Illness: How I Survived and Thrived with Depression
By Cassie Lee

Mindfulness in the Library: A Proactive Approach for Mental Health in LIS
By Meagan Collins and Nicole Doro

LIS Mental Health: Creating a Community and Breaking the Silence
By Violet Fox and Kate Deibel

Research Study: Mental Health and Wellness in Young Adults in Public Libraries
By Sarah Edgar

Serving Socially Vulnerable Populations at Edmonton Public Library
By Kyle Marshall and Jessica Knoch

It’s the Right Thing To Do: How to Implement a Workplace Mental Health Program
By Tanya Sinclair and Michelle Bergeron

Partnering to Enhance Mental Health in Libraries
By Jessica Carswell, Dr. Abe Oudshoorn, Colleen Amatruda, Dr. Jacquelyn Burkell, and Brent Carr

Are “Stress Busters” the Solution? Teaching Wellness at the Academic Library
By Emily Carlisle

Promoting Mental Health through Student Engagement: Students Helping Students
By Mary Lynne Bartlett and Preethi Rao

Mental Health and Special Libraries: Finding a Role
By Danielle MacKinlay

Lonely librarianship: Combating Isolation and Mental Stress in Information Work
By Caleigh Monk

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

  1. Seana Collins says:

    Great issue – thank you Caleigh for reminding me to make efforts to establish connections in alternative ways! (Seana Collins, Canadian Agriculture Library)

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