Library Brown Bag Series

The University Library is proud to once again offer brown bag sessions geared to be of interest to the entire U of L community. We have an exciting slate so far this term; watch for more details of each event closer to the date. Future sessions will be added as they are confirmed. We look forward to seeing you; please feel free to bring your lunch. All sessions to be held in L950 (bottom floor of the Library) from 12:15-1:30 p.m.

Thursday, January 12: Copyright and your next scholarly publication: What are your choices for Open Access publishing?
(Presented by Dr. Rumi Graham, U of L Copyright Advisor)

Thursday, January 19: Publishing behavior: A view of Canadian and South African scholars
(Presented by Dr. Marinus Swanepoel, U of L Librarian)

Thursday, February 2: Demystifying copyright permissions for teaching and research
(Presented by Dr. Rumi Graham, U of L Copyright Advisor)

Thursday, February 16: Knowledge Mobilization & Translation
(Panel presentation with Hector MacIntyre & Penny D'Agnone, Office of Research and Innovation Services)

Thursday March 9: Demystifying Creative Commons licensing and the Public Domain
(Presented by Dr. Rumi Graham, U of L Copyright Advisor)

Thursday, March 16 (NOTE: Date changed): Research Data Management
(Panel presentation led by James Doiron, Research Data Management Coordinator at U of A Libraries)
*watch for further updates as we will likely have other talks and hands-on workshops on this date while James is with us*

Thursday, March 30: Open Educational Resources
(Presented by Joerdis Weilandt)

Thursday, April 6: Copyright and Conference Presentations
(Presented by Dr. Rumi Graham, U of L Copyright Advisor)

Thursday, April 20: The Canadian Dollar vs The Collection: How Canadian University Libraries are Coping
(Presented by Nicole Eva & David Scott, U of L Librarians)

Room or Area: 
L950

free


Contact:

Nicole Eva | nicole.eva@uleth.ca | (403) 329-2588