Graeme Campbell

Graeme CampbellGraeme Campbell is the Open Government Librarian at Queen’s University Library, and Editor-in-Chief of InsideOCULA.

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InsideOCULA Newsletter: July 2017
July 4, 2017
This month, our country celebrates 150 years of confederation, through which provinces and territories have come together to form Canada as we know it today. In this month’s issue of InsideOCULA, we celebrate the different ways in which libraries and library staff have come together to share ideas and collaborate. Amber Leahey’s feature article, The
InsideOCULA Newsletter: April 2017
April 3, 2017
Spring is a time for new beginnings. If only it would stop snowing in Ontario, we could believe the calendar–didn’t it tell us that spring arrived a couple of weeks ago? Here at InsideOCULA though, we’re not waiting for the snow to melt away for our new beginnings. Since our last issue, we have added
Preserving Ontario’s documentary heritage – one annual report at a time
December 1, 2016
Historical government information Government documents are primary source materials which form an important part of our documentary heritage. Over recent years, the resources allocated to building and preserving tangible-format collections of government information have decreased at many institutions. At the same time, a decrease in the footprint available for shelving and storage to make way
InsideOCULA Newsletter: December 2016
December 1, 2016
Well, you know what they say—winter is coming.  If recent weather hasn’t consistently shown it, as final assignments are turned in and the exam period approaches for some, it’s clear from a distinct increase in nervous energy on campus that the end of the fall term isn’t far off.  In this issue of InsideOCULA, we’re
InsideOCULA Newsletter: February 2016
February 1, 2016
Winter finally arrived in January, just in time for our return to campus after the holidays. While the new year has brought us snow and cold weather, it also brings with it a new production schedule for InsideOCULA. In 2016, there will be five issues of InsideOCULA: two in each of the winter and fall
InsideOCULA Newsletter: July 2015
July 1, 2015
As a busy conference season begins to slow down, we welcome the final summer issue of InsideOCULA. Our July 2015 issue is all about collaborating with colleagues and users, and using technology to improve and augment library services. This month’s feature comes from Mark Weiler, a liaison librarian at Brock University. In his article, Mark
Shanna Pearson: Advocacy, Professional Development & Historical Fiction
June 1, 2015
A column from the OCULA president is a traditional feature in InsideOCULA, but we’ve changed things up this time: please enjoy a Q&A with Shanna Pearson conducted by InsideOCULA Deputy Editor Graeme Campbell. When did you first join OCULA? How have you benefited from your membership over the years? I first joined OCULA seven years
InsideOCULA Newsletter: May 2015
May 1, 2015
As the winter term (and hopefully winter itself) comes to a close, we welcome the May 2015 issue of InsideOCULA. We have two new articles, and two new editors this month. I’m delighted to be introducing this issue, having just joined the editorial team as Deputy Editor a few months ago. I would also like