Daily Archives: March 11, 2011

Growing Number of Tweets – McMaster Conference on “The Future of the Academic Library”

It is always a matter of ‘choices’ as John Dupuis (Head of Steacie Science & Engineering Library, York University) says so eloquently in his tweet on the planned conference at McMaster University which leaves out the McMaster librarians, forsakes gender … Continue reading

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Historical Bits and Bytes: The Origins of Our UT Librarians Policy

Why does the UT Librarians Policy never change? Other institutions negotiate annual changes to their policies reflecting contemporary issues. Here is a short history of how we obtained our policies and why, for the most part, they have remained the … Continue reading

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CAUT: Policy Statement on Academic Status and Governance for Librarians at Canadian Universities

Approved by the CAUT Council, October 1993; revised April 2002, May 2004. URL: http://www.caut.ca/pages.asp?lang=1&page=249 1 Academic status and activities 1.1 Librarians at university libraries are partners with faculty members in the scholarly and intellectual functions of the university and as … Continue reading

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