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    • Both Sides Now: Growth Through Shared Learning in Mentoring Relationships 

      Weaver, Kari D.; Chee, Michael; Mutch, Stephanie; Mercer, Kathryn (Ontario Library Association, 2023-02-02)
      There is a broad recognition of the importance and value of mentoring to the library profession, especially for early career professionals (Freedman, 2009; Irwin, 2021). In Canada many new LIS graduates often work in ...
    • Earth and environmental science immersive learning experiences using a Google Expedition Kit 

      Johnston, John; Parks, Jen; Delaney, Keith Brian; Thompson, Jason; Salman, Max (2019-07-31)
      How do we engage and motivate students in immersive learning experiences that are otherwise impossible (i.e. Geologic History of the Grand Canyon) or not feasible (i.e. 3D perspective of volcanoes of the world) or invisible ...
    • Inevitably Wikipedia 

      Robichaud, Danielle (2019-10-24)
      Broad overview of editing Wikipedia through an archival lens, including contributing to the Wikimedia Commons.
    • Microplastics Research Data: Evaluating the Current State of Findability and Accessibility and Recommendations for Improving Data Sharing  

      Jenkins, Tia; Persaud, Bhaleka; Cowger, Win; Szigeti, Kathy; Roche, Dominique; Clary, Erin; Slowinski, Stephanie; Lei, Benjamin; Abeynayaka, Amila; Nyadjro, Ebenezer; Mae, Thomas; Thornton Hampton, Leah; Bergmann, Melanie; Aherne, Julian; Mason, Sherri; Honek, John; Rezanezhad, Fereidoun; Lusher, Amy; Booth, Andy; Smith, Rodney; Van Cappellen, Philippe (University of Waterloo, 2022-12-16)
      With concerns about microplastic pollution increasing, actionable research is needed to inform funding priorities, environmental policy, and mitigation strategies. It is therefore crucial that the corresponding research ...
    • My data collection is complete, now what? Connecting researchers to Data Repositories that can support Cold Regions Researchers 

      Sairam, Pranav; Persaud, Bhaleka; Steeleworthy, Michael; Van Cappellen, Philippe (University of Waterloo, 2020-11-27)
      The natural climate variability of the cold regions, together with the relatively sparse observational data sets and difficult terrain can make data collection which supports key science challenging. Notwithstanding, ...
    • Persistent Identifiers in Canada: ORCID Use Cases and a National PID Strategy 

      Bredahl, Laura; Aspler, John (Bibliometrics and Research Impact Community Conference, 2024-06-05)
      Research generates a huge amount of information across many disconnected systems and technologies. Persistent Identifiers (PIDs) act as labels to uniquely identify research information ‘entities,’ like scholars, ...
    • Walking the Talk: Editing Wikipedia with Purpose 

      Robichaud, Danielle (2020-03-10)
      Started nineteen years ago Wikipedia is one of the most visited websites on the Internet, but its popularity is not without issue. Editors are predominantly males from the global north which has led to documented systemic ...
    • Wikipedia as an arena for public scholarship 

      Robichaud, Danielle (Centre for Career Action, 2020-10-14)
      Wikipedia provides scholars with an avenue for meaningfully contributing to the widely used public knowledge platform despite contribution guidelines that restrict the use of original research. This slide-based learning ...


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