Research and Scholarship

One of the goals of the Librarians Committee is to promote the research and scholarship – in all forms – produced by librarians here at UofT.  Do you have something to include?  Send us your references, new or old!

Articles, Short-Stories, Essays and Chapters

2011

  • “Academic Librarianship: A Crisis or an Opportunity?” Partnership: the Canadian Journal of Library and Information Practice and Research, vol. 6, no. 2, 1-6. Diane Granfield, Mary Kandiuk, Harriet Sonne de Torrens.
  • “Shelf-Ready” Print Serials Acquisitions. Serials Review, 37 (1), 29-34.
    Andrade, J. L., D’Amour, H., Dingwall, G., Tao Su, J., Dyas-Correia, S.
  • Building Bridges: Combining Webcasting and Videoconferencing in a Multi-Campus University Course. In E-Infrastructures and Technologies for Lifelong Learning: Next Generation Environments. Ed. by George Magoulas. IGI Global.
    J. Birnholt, R. Baeker, C. Mak, S. Laughton, K. Rankin, R. Causey, and P. Wolf.
  • Biology. In The Medical Library Association’s Master Guide to Authoritative Information Resources in the Health Sciences. Neal-Schuma Publishers.   
    Heather Cunningham (contributing author).
  • Tri-Campus Teamwork: Open Access at the University of Toronto Libraries. Feliciter, 57(3), 94-95. 
    Julie Hannaford.
  • It’s Open Access Week, time to open it all up. The Hill Times, Monday Oct. 24, 2011.
    Gale Moore, Diego Argaez.
  • Libraries as Journal Publishers. Serials Review, 37 (3), 196-204.
    Maughan Perry, A., Borcher, C. A., Deliyannides, T. S., Kosavic, A., Kennison, R., Dyas-Correia, S.
  • The Chinese rare book collection in the Cheng Yu Tung East Asian Library: An introduction. In Tian lu lun cong. Guilin, China: Guangxi Normal University Press.
    Stephen Qiao.

2010

2009

2008

2007

  • Pilas plúmbeas I. Romanico: revista de arte, 5, 40-47.
    Miguel Torrens.

2006

2005

2004

2003

  • In-House Training for Instruction Librarians. Research Strategies, 19(2), 99-127.
    Sheril Hook, Marianne Stowell Bracke, Louise Greenfield, and Victoria A. Mills.
  • The Three-Headed Trinity and Divine Wisdom in the Cloister Program at Alquézar (Spain) published in Spanish as “Sabiduría Divina y Teología Trinitaria: El programa del claustro del monasterio de Alquézar” in a collection of essays edited by Dr. Rocío Sánchez-Ameijeiras and Dr. José Luis Senra Gabriel y Galán, El Tímpano Romaníco: imágenes, estructura y audiencias. (Santiago de Compostela, Xunta de Galicia,  2003). Harriet Sonne de Torrens.
  • De fontibus salvatoris: A Survey of Twelfth and Thirteen Century Baptismal Fonts Ornamented with Events from the Childhood of Christ in Objects, Images and the Word: Art in the Service of the Liturgy, ed. Colum Hourihane (Princeton, N.J.: Index of Christian Art, Department of Art and Archaeology, Princeton University Press). Harriet Sonne de Torrens.

1999

1996

  • The Neolithic fishermen in coastal South China. Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 15 – 1996, Indo-Pacific Prehistory: The Chiang Mai Papers, Vol.2 (pp.219-222). Canberra: Australian National University.
    Stephen Qiao.

1994

  • The Maritime Culture in South China and Human expansion to Pacific. In Shenzhen fa xian yu yan jiu (pp. 181-186). Shenzhen Museum.
    Stephen Qiao.

1993

  • The maritime expansion of Yue culture and the related archaeological evidence.  In Collected Essays on the Culture of the Ancient Yue People in South China (pp.34-39). Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Museum of History.
    Stephen Qiao.
  • The cultural-educational background of the rural development in Guangdong Province. Journal of Zhongshan University (Social Science edition), 1.
    Stephen Qiao.

1992

  • Theoretical trends in current Western anthropology. In Liang Zhao-tao Yurenleixue. Zhongshan University Press.
    Stephen Qiao.
  • On the origin of the Northern nomadic culture. Nei Mongu Wenwu Kaogu, 1(2).
    Stephen Qiao.

1991

  • The early Holocene cave sites in Western Guangdong. In Jinian Huangyandong Yizhi Faxian Sanshi Zhounian Lunwenji. Guangzhou: Guangdong Tourism Press.
    Stephen Qiao.

1988

  • A Short view of the history of Anthropology in Europe and North America since the 1950′s. Weidinggao, 7.
    Stephen Qiao.
  • A survey of the new Archaeological discovery in Oceania. In Renleixue Lunwenji. Zhongshan University Press.
    Stephen Qiao.
  • On the megalithic remains Found in Southeast China. In Wuwenhua Longwenji. Zhongshan University Press.
    Stephen Qiao.
  • An ecological study of the prehistoric remains in South China. Culture of Southeast China.
    Stephen Qiao.

1986

  • A new approach on the study of early Chinese civilization. Prehistory, Xi’an, 5.
    Stephen Qiao.
  • A view of Robert Lowie: his contribution to the development of American anthropology. Journal of Zhongshan Postgraduate Studies, 3.
    Stephen Qiao.

1985

  • On the origin of “Wu” kingdom in Southeast China. Journal of Zhongshan Postgraduate Studies, 2.
    Stephen Qiao.

1976

Books and Catalogues

2011

2010

2009

2005

  • Centers for Learning: Writing Centers and Libraries in Collaboration. ACRL Publications in Librarianship 58. Chicago: PIL.
    James K. Elmborg & Sheril Hook (Eds.).

2003

  • A Primary Report of Archaeological Survey in Chifeng, Inner Mongolia. Beijing: Science Press.
    Stephen Qiao (Trans.).

2000

1999

  • Research Skills: Textbook for Students Enrolled in A & S 111 USD.
    Michael Muchow, John VanBalen and Sheril Hook.

1992

  • The Canadian Women’s Movement, 1960-1990: A Guide to Archival Resources / Le mouvement canadien des femmes, 1960-1990 : guide de ressources archivistiques. Toronto: ECW Press
    Edited by Margaret Fulford.
  • Ethnoarchaeology: the theory and Practice. Nanning: Guangxi Nationality Publishing House.
    Stephen Qiao.

1991

1990

  • An Introduction to Cultural Anthropology. Chongqing: Chongqing Press.
    Stephen Qiao.

1989

  • Crisis and Choices: Anthropology and Contemporary Human Problems. Chengdu: Sichuan People’s Press.
    Stephen Qiao (Trans.).

Conference Presentations

2012

  • Evidence Informed Workplace Policy Interventions: Promoting Physical Activity and Healthy Eating. Presented at the Annual Conference of the International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (ISBNPA). Austin, Texas.
    Allison, KR, Dwyer, JJM, MacGillvray, A., Hawrychuk, S.
  • Doctoral students and a learning community: Opportunities for community building, research, reflection, and meaningful experiences. Presented at Opportunities and New Directions: Fostering Deep Approaches to Learning,University of Waterloo, April 26, 2012
    Dharamshi, P., Houtman, E., Middleton, J. & Murray, B.

Presentations at TRY Library Staff Conference, Toronto, ON.

2011

  • A Review of Workplace Interventions: Effects on  Physical Activity, Eating Behaviors and BMI. International Society for Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity, Melbourne Australia, June 15-18, 2011
    Allison, K.R., Dwyer, J.J.M., & Hawrychuk S.
  • The Research Studio: Integrating Information Literacy into a First Year Engineering Science Course. Paper presented at the 118th American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference & Exposition, Vancouver, BC.
    Michelle Baratta, Alan Chong and Jason A. Foster.
  • Evaluating Your Digital Core. Presented at OLA Superconference: The Power of C: Collaboration, Toronto, ON.
    Heather Cunningham.
  • A Greener Future for the Library. Presented at OLA Superconference: The Power of C: Collaboration, Toronto, ON.
    Heather Cunningham and Sandra Langlands.
  • Synergies: What’s Now, What’s Next, and What about You?  Presented at OLA Superconference: The Power of C: Collaboration, Toronto, ON.
    Rea Devakos.
  • Student Led Scholarly Journals. 
    Presented at OLA Superconference: The Power of C: Collaboration, Toronto, ON.  Rea Devakos with iSchool student Sarah Shujah.
  • Creating Online Research Tools: Challenges and Rewards.  Presented at OLA Superconference: The Power of C: Collaboration, Toronto, ON.
    Margaret Fulford and Patricia Bellamy.
  • New Media, New Practices: Reframing Scholarly Communication for the 21st Century. Panel Presentation Presented at CAIS/ASCI Conference University of New Brunswick/St. Thomas University, Fredericton NB.
    Gale Moore, Leslie Chan,  and Heidi Julien.
  • Licensing Digital Content and Collective Rights Management of Copyright in Canada. Presented at OLA Superconference: The Power of C: Collaboration, Toronto, ON.
    Victoria Owen.
  • Library Website Reinvented: A Drupal Story. Presented at OLA Superconference: The Power of C: Collaboration, Toronto, ON.
    Susan Senese and Rochelle Mazar.
  • Scaffolding Through Narrative: A Collaboration in Science Instruction. Presented at OLA Superconference: The Power of C: Collaboration, Toronto, ON.
    Joanna Szurmak  and Martha Harris.
  • Public Speaking without Freaking. Presented at OLA Superconference: The Power of C: Collaboration, Toronto, ON.
    Rita Vine.

Presentations at TRY Library Staff Conference, Toronto, ON.

  • Reporting on the future of academic libraries: a discourse analysis.
    Nicole Carter. 
  • Synergies: Lessons Learned and Future Opportunities.
    Rea Devakos and Andrea Kosavic.
  • What’s on the Horizon for PKP and Duraspace.
    Rea Devakos,  Gabriela Mircea and Colin Prince.
  • “Trying to figure it out”: Academic librarians talk about learning to teach.
    Eveline Houtman.
  • Leading Change: how we learned to consistently avoid failure and embrace success.
    Rochelle Mazar, Lauren DiMonte and Luke Barber.
  • Opportunities for Learning: Librarians & the Research Opportunity Program.
    Andrew Nicholson.
  • Research, Collaboration, Experimentation: Creating a Digital Scholarship Unit.
    Elizabeth O’Brien and Paulina Rousseau.
  • Mentoring the 21st Century Information Professional.
    Kimberly Silk.
  • Shaping our future, has unionization made a difference?
    Vicki Skelton with panelists Constance Adamson, Scott Gillies and Nick Ruest.
  • Divergent Views: Issues of Cultural Sensitivity in Display of Special Collections.
    Arthur Smith and Pearce Carefoote.
  • Libraries on the Other Side of the World.
    Elena Springall.
  • Harnessing New Tools to Provide Instruction through Chat Reference.
    Joanna Szurmak and Lauren Di Monte.
  • Women Pioneers in Canadian Sociology: A Case Study for Qualitative Research Data.
    Berenica Vejvoda.

2010

  • Challenging First Year Applied Science and Engineering Students to Compete in the Amazing Library Race: Do You Have What it Takes? Lightning Strikes presentation at the 2010 Workshop in Instruction in Library Use (WILU), Hamilton, Ontario.
    Michelle Baratta.
  • Inspiring innovation through collaboration: a library workshop for biomedical engineering graduate students. Poster presented at the CHLA/ABSC 2010 Annual Conference, Kingston, Ontario.
    Michelle Baratta & Maria Buda.
  • Situating Learning: Modeling and Coaching at the Reference Desk. Paper presented at University of Waterloo Libraries Spring Retreat, Waterloo, ON.
    Sheril Hook.
  • Information Literacy in Public Libraries: from global to local. Paper presented at Le@rning Centre Leads Meeting and Spring Lecture, Toronto Public Libraries, Toronto, ON.
    Sheril Hook.
  • Online Learning Objects: flexible, modifiable, reusable. Paper presented at Baker Library, Harvard Business School, Cambridge, MA.
    Sheril Hook.
  • The Best We Can Be: Collaboration for Preparing Instructional Librarians. Paper presented at ALISE Annual Conference: Creating a Culture of Collaboration, Boston, MA.
    H. Julien, J. Budd, L. Hinchliffe, & Sheril Hook.
  • Chinese rare books in the University of Toronto Library. Lecture presented at Sun Yat Sin University Library, Guangzhou, China.
    Stephen Qiao.
  • FADIS: The Canadian Alternative. Paper presented at IFLA Congress, Gothenburg, Sweden.
    Harriet Sonne de Torrens.

Papers presented at TRY Library Staff Conference, Toronto, ON.

2009

Papers presented at TRY Library Staff Conference, Toronto, ON.

2008

  • Developing a Database to Facilitate Research on Canadian Women Film Directors. Presented at Film Studies Association of Canada Annual Conference, Vancouver, June 3, 2008.
    Margaret Fulford.
  • The Canadian Women Film Directors Database / La Base de données sur les réalisatrices canadiennes. Poster presented at IFLA World Library & Information Congress (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions), Quebec City, Aug. 12 and 13, 2008.
    Margaret Fulford.
  • Collaboration for Information Literacy. Paper presented at Educause Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, Philadelphia, PA.
    Steve Gilbert, Sheril Hook & S. Brasley.
  • IL Best Practices: Innovative Approaches to Fit Your Institutional Needs. Paper presented at Loex-of-the-West: Hit the Jackpot:Successful Experimentation and Innovation in Instruction, Las Vegas, NV.
    Sheril Hook and S. Brasley.
  • Engaging Your Community through Assessment. Presented at OLA Superconference: Reinvention. Regeneration. Rejuvenation, Toronto, ON.
    Sheril Hook and Simone Laughton.
  • Ethnoarchaeological approaches to the prehistoric maritime adaptation in southern coastal China and beyond. Paper presented at the 16th International Congress of Anthropology and Ethnological Science, Kunming, China.
    Stephen Qiao.
  • How do subject librarians provide bibliographical instructions to digital age users? Paper presented at the International Conference on the Development of Subject of Librarianship and Personal Librarianship in the Capital Normal University, Beijing.
    Stephen Qiao.
  • Technical Challenges in the Development of Chinese Academic E-resources in North America. Joint project with librarians from George Washington University and the University of Arizona presented at the International Forum of Chinese Database: Perspectives on Collection Development and Usage, Renmin University.
    Stephen Qiao.
  • Ecclesia and the Female Fovea: Sexuality and Baptism in the Middle Ages. Paper presented at the Biblical Women and Their Afterlives’ Series, Trinity College, Oxford.
    Harriet Sonne de Torrens.

Presentations at TRY Library Staff Conference, Toronto, ON.

2007

  • Practice Makes Perfect: Applying & Adapting Best Practices in Information Literacy. Presented at 36th Workshop on Instruction in Library Use (WILU): Teach Every Angle, York University, Toronto, ON.
    Sheril Hook, E. Atkinson, & A. Nicholson.
  • The Baptisteria Sacra Index: Liturgical Portraits of Women in the Middle Ages.  Paper presented at the Index of Christian Art conference on art history and technology, Princeton, NJ.
    Harriet Sonne de Torrens.

Presentations at TRY Library Staff Conference, Toronto, ON.

2006

  • Connecting Processes: Writing and Research. Paper presented at York University Library & Writing Centre, Toronto, ON.
    Sheril Hook.
  • How They Learn/How You Teach: Building Library Instruction Sessiosn for Multiple Learners. Paper presented at 34th National LOEX Library Instruction Conference, University of Maryland, College Park, MD.
    Pia Russell and Jeff Newman.

Presentations at TRY Library Staff Conference, Toronto, ON.

2005

  • An Online Guide to Library Research for Dentistry Students. Poster presented at Canadian Health Libraries Association Annual Conference, Toronto, June 1-2, 2005
    Margaret Fulford.
  • University of Arizona’s Einstein’s Protégés Program. In H.A. Thompson (Ed.), Proceedings of the ACRL 12th National Conference: Currents and Convergence: Navigating the Rivers of Change (pp. 397-400). Chicago: ACRL.
    Sheril Hook and Maliaca Oxnam.

2004

  • Transforming Higher Education: New Roles for Libraries. Paper presented at Living the Future 5 (LTF5): Strategically Striving and Surviving, Tucson, AZ.
    Joe Brewer and Sheril Hook.
  • A Library Response to the Transformed Campus. Paper presented at ACRL, ALA Midwinter Meeting.
    Joe Brewer, Sheril Hook, Janice Simmons-Welburn and Karen Williams.
  • An Online Guide to Researching a Dentistry Essay. Poster presented at Ontario Library Association conference, Toronto, Jan. 29, 2004.
    Margaret Fulford.
  • Ovid Medline for Dentistry: An Interactive Tutorial. Poster presented at Canadian Health Libraries Association Annual Conference, St. John’s, Nfld., May 14-18, 2004.
    Margaret Fulford.
  • Information Literacy and Freshman Composition: A Holistic Approach. Paper presented at 33rd Workshop on Instruction in Library Use (WILU): Riding the Wave, Library Instruction from Coast to Coast, Victoria, BC.
    Victoria Mills, Carol Nowotny-Young and Sheril Hook.

2003

  • Where it Counts: Departmental Curriculum Committees and Librarians. In H.A. Thompson (Ed.), Learning to make a difference : proceedings of the Eleventh National Conference of the Association of College and Research Libraries, April 10-13, 2003, Charlotte, North Carolina (pp. 307-313).
    Sheril Hook and Verónica Reyes.
  • Writing and Researching: Theory and Praxis. Paper presented at Association for Library and Information Science Education (ALISE): Declaration of Interdependence: Connecting Research with Practice, Philadelphia, PA.
    Sheril Hook.

2002

  • Information Literacy: Librarians and Faculty Working Together. Paper presented at Measuring Success: Taking Responsibility for Learning at the University of Arizona, Assessment Symposium, Tucson, AZ.
    Marianne Bracke, Greenfield, Sheril Hook, Mills, Morris.
  • Partnering to Reduce Barriers to Student Learning and to Achieve Outcomes: Integrating Information Literacy into the Composition Curriculum. Paper presented at LOEX-of-the-West 2002: Expanded Conversations: Collaborating for Student Learning, Eugene, OR.
    Sheril Hook and Verónica Reyes.

2001

1993

  • The adaptation of the Neolithic populations in Southern coast of China. Paper presented at Chinese Culture in Perspectives, Hong Kong.
    Stephen Qiao.

1992

  • The symbolic meaning of Ordos bronze decor. Paper presented at the International Conference on North China Archaeology, Huhehot, Inner Mongolia, China.
    Stephen Qiao.

1991

  • Banners, Briefs, and By-laws: The Records of the Canadian Women’s Movement. Presented at Ontario Association of Archivists conference, St. Catharines, ON, May 1991.                                                                                                                                     Margaret Fulford

1989

  • The Neolithic of coastal South China and the peopling of island Southeast Asia and the Pacific. Paper presented at the Circum-Pacific Prehistory Conference, Seattle, WA.
    Stephen Qiao.

Creative Works

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2000

1997

1996

1994

1993

1992

1991

  • The Cloths of Heaven (mezzo-soprano, clarinet & piano).
    Alastair Boyd.

1987

  • …d’après Mallarmé (soprano, clarinet, percussion, harp, cello).
    Alastair Boyd.

1984

1982

1981

1976

Databases

2007

Editors, Reviewers, Adjudicators and Publishers

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