Ingrid Parent Interviewed on Changing Library Model

Constantly evolving technology and dramatic changes in student and faculty research habits has forced academic libraries to rethink how they collect, manage information and create knowledge in the digital age. UBC has embarked on a major restructuring of its collections and services, and University Librarian Ingrid Parent, a SLAIS alumna, discusses these changes with UBC Reports, explaining how the Library is taking action to to strengthen its position on campus, as a partner in the University’s business of conducting research, teaching and learning. The interview is presented in the November issue, at

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