ALPS Panel: Incorporating Research and Scholarship Into Your Professional Practice

Curious about how to get involved in library-based research, not to mention how to fund it, find the time, or show others?  The Academic Librarians in Public Service (ALPS) section of the BCLA/CLA Student Chapter is excited to announce our spring panel: Incorporating Research and Scholarship Into Your Professional Practice!

Join us on Tuesday, March 18 2014 from 12:00-1:00pm in the Dodson Room (within the Chapman Learning Commons in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre) to hear speakers from academic and public libraries describe their experience with library-based research and scholarly activities, which can range in their involvement and formality.

Our panelists:

  • Eugene Barsky (Reference Librarian, Woodward Library, UBC)
  • Kay Cahill (Facilities Development Librarian, VPL)
  • Allan Cho (Community Engagement Librarian, UBC)
  • Ania Dymarz (Life Sciences Librarian, SFU)

Some questions they’ll answer:

  • How are you involved in library-based research and scholarship?
  • How have you showcased your research?
  • What are the rewards and benefits of research?
  • What are the challenges?

You’ll also have the opportunity to ask our speakers your questions!

Light refreshments will be provided.  Please RSVP via the Eventbrite link below, to ensure appropriate seating & refreshment preparation.


Hope to see you there! 🙂

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