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Planes, Trains and Tour Buses: Libraries in Unexpected Places
Destination travel readers are those who seek reading material while at or en route to their destination. There is a growing trend of hotel and tour operators offering books on loan to their guests. This has meant that ...
What a librarian can do for your open online course
Information literacy tools used in face-to-face, blended, or online course environments are not scalable to massive open online courses, or MOOCs. We need a different approach based on the unique skills librarians bring ...
ED.D. Orientation Week
Orientation Week for the Doctorate of Education in Distance Education students is a workshop focusing on instruction, distance education theory, program planning, discussions with faculty and colleagues, community-building ...
Information Literacy: Case Studies and Practices
Athabasca University Library, Red Deer College Library, and the University of Alberta Libraries have developed and implemented collaborative curriculum-integrated information literacy instruction. Participants will learn ...
This training opportunity is organized through COPPUL (Council of Prairie and Pacific University Libraries) and Statistics Canada’s Data Liberation Initiative (DLI), which provides access to Statistics Canada resources ...
Maximizing Library Online Presence while Minimizing Maintenance
This paper presents challenges and opportunities for academic libraries to increase their online presence in learning management systems (LMS). Successful examples from Athabasca University Library will highlight the ...