ALISE Best Dissertation 2016 Award
I'm excited to announce that my dissertation, "Words to Live By: How Experience Shapes our Information World at Work, Play and in...
All things Libraries and Living Heritage.
Adaptive & accessible is a hill worth dying on.
Rural at Heart. Both/and; yet.
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WHO AM I ?
I am a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Alberta's School of Library and Information Studies. My research interests are in experiential information behaviours and practices, particularly as they relate to healthy leisure lifestyles and community development. My doctoral research project uses photo methods to examine unique, experience-based information skills like storytelling, ethnic heritage, wilderness survival, foraging, arts and crafts in a remote, rural community in Northern Ontario.