Reconciliation paths: CFLA-FCAB TRC report

“In order to redress the legacy of residential schools and advance the process of Canadian reconciliation, the Truth

RIMMFing: RDA cataloguing sans MARC

Author, title, publisher, year of publication—that’s all the bibliographic description needed to find an item, right? Maybe for

Ten Wordless Picture Books to Promote Language Development

It may seem strange that a book with no words can help a child develop language … but

Pokémon GO! 7 Ways a Library Took on a Phenomenon

Did you get caught up in Pokémon GO! fever? While the pace was frantic, Halifax Public Libraries was

Coast to Coast to Coast: Digital File-Based Workflows at the CBC

On a busy day, the phone (yes, an actual telephone) would ring off the hook and, heart pounding,

Different Views of “aboutness”: Rise of the Machines?

We all see things a little differently. Unique perspectives can help to feed curiosity and innovation. But in

Bravery in Collaboration

Working in libraries we must be brave. Bravery can come in many forms – the socially conscious books

Academic Librarians & the PhD

I started my Library and Information Science (LIS) PhD in September.

Ryerson University Student Learning Centre

“We wanted to create a campus hub: a technologically rich, flexible and congenial library environment to inspire interaction,

Up to Date or Out of Date? New Skills for Today’s Libraries

How do you keep pace with the increasing expectations of library users? Libraries have always existed to meet

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