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A demographic and career profile of Canadian research university librarians
This paper provides an up-to-date career and demographic profile of Canadian research university librarians by comparing newly derived data from the 8Rs Study: The Future of Human Resources in Canadian Libraries, with ...
Finding time for scholarship: a survey of Canadian research university librarians
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007)
More than half the participants in a survey of Canadian research university librarians indicated that scholarship activities were required or encouraged at their universities, yet most university librarians have year-round ...
Towards the digital university: a brief introduction to E-Texts and open access
The notion of "E-texts" or "electronic texts" made its way onto the agenda of the Academic Support Committee in April 2009. This interest in E-Text was prompted by an inquiry to the Committee Chair by several faculty members ...
Librarians, scholarship, and faculty status
This presentation deals with the definition of scholarship; the nature and extent of librariansâ scholarship; the motivation for librarians to engage in scholarship; and the value of scholarship by librarians to the ...
Canadian National Site Licensing Project: getting ready for CNSLP at the University of Saskatchewan Library
(Haworth Press, 2003)
The Canadian National Site Licensing Project (CNSLP) is a national effort by a consortium of 64 Canadian university libraries to provide access to full text electronic journals. The first part of this paper describes the ...
The scholarship of Canadian research university librarians
(The Partnership: Provincial and Territorial Library Associations of Canada, 2007)
This paper reports the results of a national survey of Canadian research university librarians conducted by the author in 2006. The study deals with the motivation of librarians to engage in scholarly activities, the ...