Everything tagged: Research
Blog March 6, 2017
MBA/MLIS Candidate, School of Library and Information Studies, University of Alberta / Shout for Libraries Director of Reporting / Net Impact Chapter Leader
News January 19, 2017
Congratulations to members of the Canadian library and information management community being recognized by their peers at the 2017 Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE) Conference
News December 10, 2016
Proposals are now being accepted for Concordia University Library’s 15th Annual Research Forum to be held on Friday, April 28, 2017.
News November 9, 2016
Study shows Ottawans receive $5.17 in benefits for every $1 invested
News September 22, 2016
Canadian bought 52.6 million books in 2015. A new report from BookNet Canada looks at where and how they bought them.
Survey – Secondary Trauma and Archivists: A Study into the Need for Services in the Canadian Archival Community
News September 15, 2016
We are asking archivists and records professionals working in Canada to kindly participate in our study “Secondary Trauma and Archivists: A Study into the Need for Services in the Canadian Archival Community.”
News August 28, 2016
The third annual Centre for Evidence Based Library and Information Practice (C-EBLIP) Fall Symposium: Librarians as Researchers will take place on Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at the University of Saskatchewan.
News July 26, 2016
The Portage Network has just released a white paper entitled Research Data Discovery and the Scholarly Ecosystem in Canada, written by members of the Portage Data Discovery Expert Group
News June 20, 2016
The American Library Association (ALA) released a report today that highlights how libraries work with entrepreneurs during all stages of the business start-up process—from writing a business plan and raising capital to performing market analysis and prototyping.
News June 19, 2016
A new report from the Brookfield Institute for Innovation + Entrepreneurship examines all major job categories in Canada for the extent to which technology could replace the functions in the next 10 to 20 years.