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New local momentum for data analytics

Posted: June 11th, 2015
New local momentum for data analytics

New local momentum for data analytics

Scott Lougheed, a graduate student in the School of Environmental Studies, presents his perspectives on effective data management to a full crowd in Douglas Library at Data Day.

To read the full article, turn to page 11 of the June 10th edition of the Queen’s Gazette.

Assistive Technology Conference

Posted: June 5th, 2015

Adaptive Technology Centre Coordinator and Queen’s University Librarian Michele Chittenden joined other informative presenters at the inaugural Assistive Technology Conference held at King’s University College at Western University in London Ontario on June 4th!  Some highlights of the conference were broadcast on CBC Radio Ontario Morning from the London Bureau news today.  A video clip posted via the London Free Press provides more information of the event.

Assistive Technology Conference 2015 – Year of Collaboration & Transition

Assistive Technology Conference 2015 – Year of Collaboration & Transition

The conference also initiated the beginning of collaboration amongst Assistive Technologists with the formation of a new sharing opportunity – the Network of Ontario Assistive Technologists (NoOAT).

Union Gallery launches new exhibitions!

Posted: May 22nd, 2015

The Union Gallery would like to extend an invitation to you for the opening reception of two excellent exhibitions at The Union Gallery, Common Ground and It’s Not Working. The opening reception will take place May 30th from 2:00 to 4:00 pm, see you there!

Union Gallery Spring / Summer 2015 Exhibitions

Union Gallery
1st Floor Stauffer Library
Queen’s University , Kingston ,ON
K7L 5C4
613 533-3171
ugallery@queensu.ca
web: uniongallery.queensu.ca

A bloom of thanks …

Posted: April 24th, 2015
Library staff surprise the library’s café workers, Kim Crawford and Cindy Delaney, with flowers and cards.

Library staff surprise the library’s café workers, Kim Crawford and Cindy Delaney, with flowers and cards.

Read more of this story here.

Preserving the history of Queen’s.

Posted: April 24th, 2015

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

Preserving the history of Queen's

Preserving the history of Queen's

Queen’s University Library Annual Report 2013-2014

Posted: April 23rd, 2015

Our new publication, the Annual Report, is now available.

QUL Annual Report 2013-2014

“The History of Fado” Exhibit

Posted: April 22nd, 2015

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:

António Macedo
Adjunct Lecturer
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)

Data Day 2015: Managing Queen’s University Research Data

Posted: April 22nd, 2015

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.

Sample Program

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.

Complete Program and Registration

New lab boosts support for international students

Posted: April 16th, 2015

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.

More about this story here.

Min Xing Zhu uses the new Queen's Learning Commons Academic Skills Lab to practice her presentation skills with Donna Katinas, ESL co-ordinator in the Writing Centre

Min Xing Zhu uses the new Queen's Learning Commons Academic Skills Lab to practice her presentation skills with Donna Katinas, ESL co-ordinator in the Writing Centre

Now Hiring: Education Library Student Assistants for Fall/Winter 2015/16.

Posted: April 10th, 2015

Are you interested in working at the Education Library during the 2015/16 academic school year?

The Education Library is now accepting applications – please contact Peter Lewis (peter.lewis@queensu.ca) to apply.

Applicants must qualify for the Queen’s University Student Awards WorkStudy Program.

For more information:

Visit our Student Employment Opportunities website.

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