Conférence de l’ACBAP 2018

Vous trouverez ci-dessous les résumés, les présentations et les documents de la conférence CAPAL/ACBAP18.

La conférence a eu lieu à l’Université de Régina, Régina SK, du 29 au 31 mai 2018.

Le programme de la conférence CAPAL/ACBAP 2018 se trouve à http://capalibrarians.org/archive/conferences/2018/ProgrammeACBAP18.pdf

Sauf indication contraire, les auteurs des présentations de la conférence détiennent le droit d’auteur pour les diapositives, les articles et les documents connexes déposés sur ce site. Tous les droits sont réservés et aucune partie du matériel de présentation (texte, image ou tout autre support) ne peut être utilisée à des fins autres que l’usage personnel sans le consentement du présentateur ou des présentateurs.

Présentations de CAPAL/ACBAP18 (documents en anglais)

séanceprésentateur(s)/trice(s)titrerésumécommunication(s)
00St. Denis, Verna ; Sheelah McLeanAlly-ship in Libraries in an Era of Reconciliationrésumé
01Schmidt, JaneInnovate this! Bullshit in academic libraries and what we can do about itrésumé
1ADekker, JenniferThird Party Intervention in Collective Bargaining Disputesrésumé
1ADekker, JenniferThird Party Intervention in Collective Bargaining Disputesdocument
1AMoist, Shannon ; Chloe RileyLabour in Solidarity: Librarians in Unions in Colleges and Technical Institutesrésumé
1AMoist, Shannon ; Chloe RileyLabour in Solidarity: Librarians in Unions in Colleges and Technical Institutesdiapos
1BBlackwell, Jessica ; Chris ReadIndigenization and Reconciliation at University of Waterloo Librariesrésumé
1BBlackwell, Jessica ; Chris ReadIndigenization and Reconciliation at University of Waterloo Librariesdiapos
1BLangille, DonnaDecolonizing Academic Libraries: Critical Information Literacy and Truth and Reconciliationdiapos
1BLangille, DonnaDecolonizing Academic Libraries: Critical Information Literacy and Truth and Reconciliationrésumé
1CEva, NicoleLibrarians as Mothers: Stepping Outside the Stereotyperésumé
1CEva, NicoleLibrarians as Mothers: Stepping Outside the Stereotypediapos
1CKlein, Sara ; Bartlomiej LenartIn Search of Shifting and Emergent Librarian Identitiesrésumé
1CKlein, Sara ; Bartlomiej LenartIn Search of Shifting and Emergent Librarian Identitiesdiapos
1CPopowich, SamTheory as Material Force: Marxism and the Challenge of Academic Librarianshiprésumédocument
2ANicol, Chris ; Tami Oliphant ; Toni Samek ; Carol Shepstone The MLIS Degree -- Really, Why Bother? -- Part 1résumé
2ASamek, ToniThe MLIS Degree -- Really, Why Bother? -- Part 1vidéo
3BCarlisle, Emily ; Roger ChabotJust How Open is Open Access? Exposing Problematic Elements in bepress’ Digital Commons Discipline Taxonomy for Institutional Repositoriesrésumé
3BCarlisle, Emily ; Roger ChabotJust How Open is Open Access? Exposing Problematic Elements in bepress’ Digital Commons Discipline Taxonomy for Institutional Repositoriesdiapos
3BCarlisle, Emily ; Roger ChabotJust How Open is Open Access? Exposing Problematic Elements in bepress’ Digital Commons Discipline Taxonomy for Institutional Repositoriesdocument
4AKumaran, Maha ; Aditi GuptaWhat is Diversity? A Conversationrésumé
4AKumaran, Maha ; Aditi GuptaWhat is Diversity? A Conversationdiapos
4BHarrington, Marni ; Ania DymarzConsultants in Academic Libraries: library literature meets the voices on the grounddiapos
4BHarrington, Marni ; Ania DymarzConsultants in Academic Libraries: library literature meets the voices on the groundrésumé
4BRyan, PattiLiturgies of Leadership: Examining the Conference Site as House of Worshiprésumé
5ADekker, Jennifer ; John Fink ; Sam PopowichLabour, Solidarity, And Librariesrésumé
6ACampbell, Paul ; Heather Howard ; Wendy GirvenNarrowing the Scope: Transitioning from general librarianship to specialized subject librariansrésumé
6ACampbell, PaulNarrowing the Scope: Transitioning from general librarianship to specialized subject librariansdocument
6ACampbell, PaulNarrowing the Scope: Transitioning from general librarianship to specialized subject librariansdiapos
6AGirven, WendyNarrowing the Scope: Transitioning from general librarianship to specialized subject librariansdocument
6AGirven, WendyNarrowing the Scope: Transitioning from general librarianship to specialized subject librariansdiapos
6AHoward, Heather Narrowing the Scope: Transitioning from general librarianship to specialized subject librariansdocument
6AHoward, Heather Narrowing the Scope: Transitioning from general librarianship to specialized subject librariansdiapos
6BAllison-Cassin, Stacey ; Anna St. OngeSurfacing Knowledge, Building Relationships: Indigenous Communities, ARL, and York University Libraries résumé
6BRobson, Krista ; Michelle Edwards Thomson ; Victoria Cardinal-Widmark ; Lloyd DesjarlaisThe Academic Librarian's Role in Supporting Indigenous Researchrésumé
6BRobson, Krista ; Michelle Edwards Thomson ; Victoria Cardinal-Widmark ; Lloyd DesjarlaisThe Academic Librarian's Role in Supporting Indigenous Researchdiapos
6CDowell, MeghanAcademic Freedom and the Liberal Arts Librarianrésumé
6CDowell, MeghanAcademic Freedom and the Liberal Arts Librariandiapos
6CGorman, SarahStudying Library Studiesrésumé
6CRibaric, TimCodifying Academic Freedom: An Examination of Collective Agreements for Librarian Specific Languagediapos
6CRibaric, TimCodifying Academic Freedom: An Examination of Collective Agreements for Librarian Specific Languagerésumé
7ACarr-Wiggin, Anne ; Sheila Laroque ; Tanya Ball ; Kayla Lar-Son ; Sharon Farnel Stepping Forward Together: Lessons from Reconciliation Projects at the University of Albertarésumé
7ACarr-Wiggin, Anne ; Sheila Laroque ; Tanya Ball ; Kayla Lar-Son ; Sharon Farnel Stepping Forward Together: Lessons from Reconciliation Projects at the University of Albertadiapos
7BLeibiger, Carol A. ; Alan W. Aldrich"Michelle Obama is a man": Problematizing Authority in Today's Post-Truth, Post-Trust Worlddiapos
7BLeibiger, Carol A. ; Alan W. Aldrich"Michelle Obama is a man": Problematizing Authority in Today's Post-Truth, Post-Trust Worldrésumé
7BOliphant, TamiWe Are All Experts Now: The Academic Library and "Information Users"résumé
7BOliphant, TamiWe Are All Experts Now: The Academic Library and "Information Users"diapos
8AAllan, Jonathan A. ; Heather E. TornblomObtaining the Unobtainable: Researcher and Librarian Collaborations for Enhancing Access to Unconventional Information Resourcesrésumé
8ALi, YanliAcademic Status of Librarians and its Impact on Salariesrésumédocument
8AShrubsole, JenniferThe Polytechnic Librarian: A Minority Voice in Academic Librarianshiprésumé
8AShrubsole, JenniferThe Polytechnic Librarian: A Minority Voice in Academic Librarianshipdiapos
8BBielka, AdamCold Emailing as a Research Toolrésumé
8BBielka, AdamCold Emailing as a Research Tooldiapos
8BClar, Monique ; Assia Mourid ; Marie-Ève MénardCreating and Sustaining a Library Journal Club in a French-Language Universitydiapos
8BClar, Monique ; Assia Mourid ; Marie-Ève MénardCreating and Sustaining a Library Journal Club in a French-Language Universityrésumé
8BGlisson, LaneTeaching Humorous Accounts of Fake News - And Why They're Not So Funnyrésumé
ZZKumaran, MahaThe Banyan Tree and Diversity - An Analogyrésumé
Les résumés, des diapositives et des documents de la conférence de l'ACBAP18

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