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Michelle Brailey

Michelle Brailey is a Digital Initiatives Projects Librarian. She supports services for open educational resources at the University of Alberta Library. (brailey@ualberta.ca)

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Sarah Adams

Sarah Adams is currently looking for new opportunities, and previously worked as a Sessional Librarian at the University of Alberta with a specialization in…

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Debbie Feisst

Debbie Feisst is a Librarian at the University of Alberta with a specialization in Education & Humanities.  (debbie.feisst@ualberta.ca)

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Jorge Rivera

Jorge Rivera is the project leader for the widespread adoption of the Toronto Public Library Bridge project. His key role is to develop the…

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Jane Dennis-Moore

Jane is a zealous photographer-creator-gone-teacher-librarian. She is currently settling into her new library location at a Brampton elementary school. Previously, she enjoyed the bustling…

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Meagan Anderi

Meagan Anderi is the OLA Marketing & Administrative Coordinator. When she is not making sure the small details of the office are organized, she…

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Alison Clarke

Alison Clarke is the Coordinator, Performance Measures & Data, at Brampton Library. Alison designs data collection systems, and is currently working on modelling branch…

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Yukiko Kamemaru

Yukiko Kamemaru is a curator at Hokkaido Museum (April 2018-current). She has a master of literature (museology), which she received in March 2019 from…

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Mai Ishihara

Mai Ishihara is an cultural anthropologist and assistant professor at Hokkaido University. Her grandmother was Ainu (i.e., an Indigenous person of Japan). Mai is…

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Open Shelf

What’s new in Open Shelf: September 2020

Is it fall yet? Somehow, time and space seem to have collapsed over the past six months and even the seasons don’t necessarily feel discrete right now.  Plus, global warming contributes to a sense of life being off kilter as well, as fluctuating temperatures and volatile storms bring uncertainty to each day. However, our lineup this month reflects our capacity to survive and thrive despite the unpredictability of pandemics, weather, and just change in general.
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