PUBLICATIONS & PRESENTATIONS BY AND WITH STUDENTS
- Janine Vankooten, poster titled “Take a Listen: A Child-Centred Approach to Library Services” for the IFLA 2017 World Congress.
- Arestyl, Elizabeth. “We don’t speak the same english: A pilot program for alternative writing assessment for first- and second-year college students” (poster presented at the 5th Annual Conference on Inclusion and Diversity in Library and Information Science, the University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA, October 20-21, 2016) http://ipac.umd.edu/news-and-events/2016-conference-inclusion-and-diversity-library-and-information-science
- Dali, Keren, Andrea Lau, and Kevin Risk. “Academically Informed Creative Writing in LIS Programs and the Freedom to be Creative.”Journal of Education for Library & Information Science (JELIS) 56, no. 4 (2015): 298-324.
- Dali, Keren, and Lana Alsabbagh. “Learning about Translators from Library Catalog Records: Implications for Readers’ Advisory.” New Library World 116, no. 5/6 (2015):264-276. Abstract
- Dali, Keren, and Lana Alsabbagh. “Access to Translated Fiction in Canadian Public Libraries.” Reference Services Review 42, no. 4 (2014): 569 – 602. Abstract
- Sensicle, Alexandra Caroline Black. “French-as-a-Second-Language (FSL) Storytimes: Fostering Language, Literacy and Lifelong Love of Reading.” Partnership: The Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research 7, no. 1 (2012) .
- Begum, Soheli. “Readers’ Advisory and Underestimated Roles of Escapist Reading.” Library Review 60, no. 9 (2011): 738-47.
- Lau, Andrea. “Getting Lost: Books, Television and Integrated Advisory in Public Libraries.” Public Libraries 50, no. 5 (2011): 36-40.
- Read a story about Soheli and Andrea here .
- This project was funded by a Carnegie-Whitney Award from the American Library Association. I worked on this project with my former students from the iSchool, U of Toronto, and a few students from FIMS, Western U.
READING CONNECTIONS – THE STUDENT READING CONFERENCE, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto, September 23, 2011.
- The conference program was composed entirely of student presentations – all about reading. Presentations included individual papers, authors’ reading of creative writing pieces, and posters. The conference drew a large number of practitioners from across Ontario.
- This site includes examples of “reading maps” created by students using Spicy Nodes in the courses on Readers’ Advisory and in the Information Workshop. Reading maps connect not only different authors, titles, and genres, but also different reading media, audio-visual materials, and other leisure and educational activities (e.g., cooking, language learning, travel, etc.). Start with a specific genre or title and explore!
- This site also includes readers’ advisory brochures created by LIS students for various graduate and undergraduate courses on campus, inside and outside of the iSchool. The brochures are available for download and distribution if properly credited. This was part of the assignment on Readers’ Advisory in academic libraries and demonstrated librarians’ contribution to the development of intellectual and creative learning and leisure contents on campus, across fields and disciplines.
- It also includes information on the “Reading Connections” conference that you’ve probably seen already.