Past Conferences

FIP 2017 Presentations

Below are videos and slides from the FIP 2017 Conference: Librarianship in the 21st Century: Nuts and Bolts. Videos can be accessed below or through the School of Library and Information Studies recordings page.

Keynote speaker: ‘The X-Files’: The Truth is in the Archives; Rights, Research, and Reconciliation – Frank Tough

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From LIT to MLIS: My Journey from Library Technician to MLIS Candidate – Sara Tokey

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How Library Staff can Help Researchers Comply with Open Access Mandates – Samantha Hamilton

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What is Means to be a Harlequin Book: Text Analysis of Early Harlequin Covers – Laura Gerlitz

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Promoting Literacy with Fanfiction to Young Adults – Deanna Walker

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Knowledge Management Systems in Academic and Government Settings and Content Generation Methods – Tanya Nguyen

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Availability of Resources for Religious Practice in Canadian Public Libraries – Sarah Snihurowych Lynch

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Between Censorship and Reconciliation – Katie Bartee

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Pokémon GO to the Library! Assessing Digital Trends at the Library – Tanya Ball

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Reframing Library Architecture – Greg Whistance-Smith

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Social Narratives of Divorce in Children’s Picture Books – Candice Laycraft

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