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Strategies of Effective Open Access Outreach Services to Researchers: A Qualitative Study
Many academic libraries now offer support services to assist researchers in making their outputs open access (OA) and in complying with funder OA policies. The focus of this qualitative study was on outreach efforts to ...
Digital heritage: Preserving and sharing Saskatchewan’s music.
(International Association of Music Libraries Annual Meeting, 2012-07)
The Canadian province of Saskatchewan, located just east of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, has a rich and fascinating musical history. In order to preserve and share Saskatchewan’s musical heritage the University of ...
Exploring the scholarly communications landscape at the University of Saskatchewan
This poster presents the results of an exploratory survey to understand the current publishing behaviours, and open access awareness and attitudes, of faculty at the University of Saskatchewan. The research was conducted ...
Portrait of a Composer: Creation of the David Kaplan Thematic Catalogue
(Undergraduate Student Research Assistantship Poster Competition, 2017-08-17)
The primary objective of this project is to create a thematic catalogue of the works of the Saskatchewan composer Dr. David L. Kaplan (1923 – 2015) in order to produce a record and summary of his complete compositional ...
workflow vs. lifecycle management: bridging the gap
Day to day life in eresources management includes managing several intersecting workflows, across units (at least in our library). While managing the minutiae, how can we keep the big picture of the eresources lifecycle ...
Collaborative strategies for the preservation of print equivalent serials
Presented at Saskatchewan Library Association conference, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan April 30 - May 2 (2009)
The information needs of Canada's National Collaborating Centres for public health
Presented at the Canadian Health Libraries Association Annual Conference, Calgary, Alberta, April 27-30 (2011)
Student pathways to library learning: a research study
Students follow a number of pathways when doing research. What are the preferred directions student take to learn about library resource and services and who do they ask for help from along the way? This poster presents ...
Plug-ins and e-journals: how browser extensions transform electronic journal content and access
Presented at Transforming serials: the revolution continues, North American Serials Interest Group annual conference, Williamsburg, VA June 20-23 (2002)