Samantha Martin-Bird talks with anthropologist Kieran Way about making libraries safe and welcoming spaces for Indigenous Peoples.
The public is my kind of movie. The hero is a flawed character who has been given a second chance that he uses to help those who are also in a bad place.
Members of LGBTQ+ communities benefit from access to supportive networks and organizations.
L'éducation en bibliothéconomie et sciences de l’information au Canada est une histoire de persévérance et d’optimisme.
Professional conferences are appealing because we get to see the world. Sarah Shujah shares her IFLA WLIC first-timer experience.
Valentina Ly has two part-time jobs in the Sinai Health System.
We are now inviting OLA members to nominate colleagues (or themselves!) for vacant OLA Board and Council positions.
Would you like to work as a member of a creative team that shares stories about libraries in Ontario? Then consider volunteering as the Open Shelf story editor.
A university librarian (Wayne Jones) and a freelance writer (Matt Balaker) team up to talk about their new book and collaborating at a distance.
Chris Cluff is our guest podcaster this month. Host of Chasing Squirrels, his most recent podcast features OSLA president Jennifer Brown. Jennifer also writes…
The two new Ontario Library Service – North websites have been designed to support language revitalization and First Nation public libraries.
This column features professionals who have traditional library and information training but have taken a “road less travelled” by applying their knowledge and skills in unexpected ways or places.
While information as a strategic resource is not a new concept, information warfare (IW) is a relatively recent term.