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Religion and the State in Upper Canada, 1791-1854
PP lecture for HUMA 2835 9.0 Christianity in Context. Describes the contest between Anglicanism and Methodism in the colony from first settlement until the disestablishment of religion in 1854. Discusses this outcome in ...
Intellectual Property Resources
(Ontario Library Association, 2006)
Synergies Initiatives at York University Libraries
Synergies Background, About York Digital Journals, Open Journal Systems functionality, OJS at York, Local Challenges, Synergies Challenges
Faculty Voices on Information Literacy: Interview-Based Research Exploring Information Literacy Instruction Practices, Attitudes, and Perceptions among University Faculty. Conference presentation given at WILU 2011, University of Regina, 1-3 June, 2011.
(WILU 2011 Conference Organizers, 2011-06)
This presentation will share highlights from a qualitative research study at York University, based on semi-structured interviews, and conducted primarily during the researcher’s recent sabbatical leave. Study participants ...
A study of Canadian authorship in selected SPARC Alternative journals in the early years after their introduction
The Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) is an initiative of the Association of Research Libraries. In 1998 SPARC introduced the Alternative Program working with partners to launch new journals ...
Scholarly Communication in the Sciences--A Third World Perspective
(The Haworth Press, 1999)
A study was undertaken to assess the impact of the Internet on scientific communication among a group of scientists and information professionals from leading research institutions in India. The object of the study was ...
New Alliances in Scholarly Publishing
(Canadian Library Association, 2003)
Synergies, An Introduction
Provides a basic introduction to the Synergies Initiative.
FRBR and the History of Cataloging
(Libraries Unlimited, 2007-11-30)
An explanation of where FRBR (Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records) comes from, given by a look at the work of librarians such as Panizzi, Cutter, Ranganathan, and Lubetzky, and an examination of four themes ...