Paulina Rousseau is a Liaison Librarian for the Arts, Culture, and Media Program at the University of Toronto Scarborough Library. In addition to her role of liaison, where she supports research and instruction, she initiated and has been on the planning committee of the Digital Pedagogy Institute, an annual conference that examines the changing nature of instruction at the post-secondary level. Her research leave focuses on the impact of technologies on instruction, for both faculty members and librarians. Prior to her work at the University of Toronto, Paulina worked for the Planning and Development department, Toronto Public Library. Paulina can be reached at prousseau [at] utsc.utoronto.ca.
Seven Lucky Charms for Sabbatical SuccessApril 2, 2016
The vibrant and rich portfolio of an academic librarian with at least 3 years of service after obtaining permanent status illuminates a colourful and bright path, aka a rainbow, to one of the pots of gold in our career – a year-long research leave. The saturation of colours on this path is reflective of the →