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Community Connections: Plural Provenance Theory & the Role of Archives and Records in Indigenous Community-led Research

Antiracism & Decolonization in Archival Studies Open Classrooms Series

Event March 15, 2023 (Type: Lecture) 


Antiracism & Decolonization in Archives & Records Management: Open Classroom Series

Join us for the Winter 2023 edition of the open classroom series on antiracism and decolonization in the information professions, with a focus on archival and records management in this academic term.

News March 2, 2023 


2023 Dalhousie-Horrocks National Leadership Lecture

Topics: Perspectives from the global south (Suriname) on archival repatriation: challenges and opportunities

Event February 13, 2023 (Type: Lecture) 


Information Without Borders 2023

Theme: Changing the Information Avenue

Event February 10, 2023 (Type: Conference) 


Focus On: Madelaine Hare and Graduate Mentorship in Higher Education

“Mentorship in higher education is a topic that I feel merits deep consideration and further study; effective mentorship is a determining factor in many students’ academic and professional success. I hope to encourage discourse on how we can support graduate students in their skill development and facilitate their success in academia and in the labour market.”

Blog November 14, 2022 


Freshly Minted: Janine McGregor

Master of Information (MI) Candidate, School of Information Management, Dalhousie University / Non-Academic Chair, School of Information Management Student Association (SIMSA)

Blog November 10, 2022 


Dalhousie SIM Releases New Master of Information (MI) Competencies

These competencies are the measurable skills, abilities, and behaviours required to be a successful IM professional.

News May 25, 2022 



2022 Dalhousie-Horrocks National Leadership Lecture

Topic: Library Engagement in a Pandemic and Post Pandemic Virtual World

Event February 1, 2022 (Type: Lecture) 


Dalhousie IM Public Lecture: Creating a Decolonizing Archives

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Event November 1, 2021 (Type: Lecture)