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In his role as Queen’s Digital and Private Records Archivist, Jeremy Heil is tasked with “preserving the authentic record of individuals, corporations and the university.”
Read more of the most recent “People of Queen’s” article here
Our new publication, the Annual Report, is now available.
The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures (LLCU) presents a poster exhibit entitled: “The History of Fado” courtesy of Camões I.P. Fado is a performance genre incorporating music and poetry widely practised by various communities in Lisbon. It represents a Portuguese multicultural synthesis of Afro-Brazilian sung dances, local traditional genres of song and dance, musical traditions from rural areas of the country, and the cosmopolitan urban song patterns of the early nineteenth century. The dissemination of Fado through emigration and the world music circuit has reinforced its image as a symbol of Portuguese identity, leading to a process of cross-cultural exchange involving other musical traditions (UNESCO.org) 20 April to 11 May 2015 Joseph S. Stauffer Library, Queen’s University.
For more information about the exhibit, please contact:
Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures
103 Stuart St., Kingston Hall, room 407
Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario
K7L 3N6, Canada
613-533-2072 (LLCU office)
Monday, May 11, 8:45- 1:00
1923 Reading Room, Douglas Library
Queen’s University Data Day is an opportunity to meet researchers and data services providers in a shared forum. You will hear from researchers working with diverse data sets and how services at Queen’s and beyond can help you preserve and increase the reach of your data.
Research Data Case Studies will be presented from Queen’s University Biological Station (QUBS), Environmental Studies, Department of English, and the Centre for Health Science and Policy Research.
Don Aldridge, IBM Canada Research Executive and Senior Advisor to the Vice-Principal (Research) will speak about Biggest Data.
4 Concurrent Sessions will be offered on Mapping Geospatial Data and Visualization, Computer Security, Data: Citation, Attribution and Impact, and Research Data Management.
The Queen’s Learning Commons (QLC) Academic Skills Lab in Stauffer Library is a welcoming and flexible space that can accommodate small group discussions and one-on-one meetings with professional staff and trained peer assistants.
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Available March 30 – April 17th, Statista offers 1.5 million statistics from over 18,000 sources (including both national and international data) and over 60,000 topics in 21 multidisciplinary categories, ranging from agriculture to media & marketing and consumer & demographic data. Including 10,000 studies and reports from third parties and 1,000 Statista dossiers and industry reports. Up-to-date statistical data from around the globe (e.g., most played PC games, number of World of Warcraft subscribers, national tax revenues from commercial casinos in the U.S. in 2013, etc.) plus market reports on specific subject matters (social networking in China, e-commerce), popular industries, technology & telecommunication, retail & trade, etc. Check it out!
Bloomsbury Drama Online Library: provides contextual and critical background through scholarly works and practical guides; play tools with character grids, words and speech graphs and part books offer a new way to engage with plays for close study or for performance; access to the finest drama texts from Aeschylus to the present day; student editions, scholarly works and first night programme texts; features the pre-eminent theatre lists of Methuen Drama, the Arden Shakespeare and Faber and Faber as well as production photos from the Victoria and Albert Museum and The American Shakespeare Center; forthcoming collections from L.A. Theatre Works (Audio Plays) and the Nick Hern Books Play Collection will be available this year.
Database trial from 17 March – 15 May 2015.
For more information, see: Bloomsbury Drama Online Library.
Vice-Provost and University Librarian Martha Whitehead featured in the current issue of the Queen’s Gazette Campus News!Posted: March 11th, 2015
Please read the complete article about the Campus Community Appeal on page 7 of the March 10th, 2015 Queen’s Gazette.
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