Harneet Kukreja works as a Research Librarian at Goodmans LLP.
I am intrigued with the work of fabulous secondary teacher librarian, Jonelle St. Aubyn. Her practice is both familiar and innovative.
In this on-going series, we feature the work being done Canadian school library learning commons. This month spotlights the work of Jane Dennis-Moore, who works in the Peel District School Board. Jane is an incredible advocate for student voice and embedding creativity into her library practice.
This month features the work of Rabia Khokhar, a teacher-librarian with the Toronto District School Board. Rabi's focus is culturally relevant and responsive pedagogy.
Suzanne Fernando works as a Services Specialist at the Toronto Public Library (TPL) in the Children’s Services Department.
Mai Lu works at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) Library as the Head of Public Services.
Valentina Ly has two part-time jobs in the Sinai Health System.
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.
This month, The Library IT Crowd features Darcy Glidden.
Rhea Smith is the Chair of the OLA Cultural Diversity and Inclusion Task Force.
This month, The Library IT Crowd features Helen McDonnell.
The Wabauskang First Nation Public Library (WFNPL) is one of the newest public libraries to be built on a reserve in Ontario.
Leave for Change is a programme that sends volunteers on three-week assignments to developing countries. Juliene McLaughlin tells Wayne Johnston about her first overseas assignment.