Blog posts tagged: LIS Education
Extracts from the 2021 Census about the library and information management community.
Blog December 5, 2022
“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
Emerging Library & Information Perspectives (ELIP): a new open access, peer-reviewed and student run journal grounded in experiential learning
Blog September 10, 2018
Assistant Professor and Director, School of Information Management, Dalhousie University
Blog September 4, 2018
Professor and Associate Dean (Graduate and Postdoctoral), Faculty of Information and Media Studies, Western University
Blog October 9, 2017
Coordinator, Library and Information Technician Program, Algonquin College
Blog September 5, 2017
Is a shared vision of librarianship an impossible dream and does it really matter? How we can collectively cultivate and support the next generation of library professionals?
Blog December 8, 2016
The full report [PDF] is available from the Royal Society of Canada website. Executive Summary Purpose In Spring 2013 the Royal Society of Canada (RSC) struck this Expert Panel on …
Blog November 13, 2014
Which educators in your MLIS or LIT education has had the biggest influence on you as an information professional?
Blog September 2, 2014