Scientific & Technical Information (GLIS 637) class lab session
A conversation with Colleen Johnston, CFO, TD Bank Financial Group. Sponsored by Phillips, Hager & North.
Alireza Falsafi, DCL candidate, McGill Faculty of Law, and Attorney at Law, Iran. All are welcome. Part of the ICL Dispute Resolution Series.
McGill's Dept of East Asian Studies is collaborating with Peking University—China's premier university—to offer the McGill-Peking University Summer Chinese Program 2008. This new program aims to provide students with an excellent opportunity to learn standard Mandarin Chinese while experiencing Chinese culture by living in Beijing, the capital of China. The program runs from May 8 to July 24, offering 11-week intensive Chinese language courses primarily at three levels: First Level Chinese, Second Level Chinese and Third Level Chinese.
Dr. Barton Beebe, Associate Professor of Law, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, New York
If you're interested in participating in the LCC during the upcoming summer, fall and/or winter terms, come to this information session (deadline to apply for this course: March 4, 2008).
Janice Tester from the Career and Placement Centre (CAPS) will give SIS students tips for meeting potential employers, creating effective CVs and cover letters. The workshop will take place 2 weeks before the 2008 MLISSA Career Fair at the Thomson House Ballroom.
To learn more about the IFLA 2008 Congress taking place in Quebec City this August, attend this presentation with academic librarians Diane Polnicky and Claude Bonnelly.
A colonial school, a folkloric ballet, Jean-Paul Sartre and an African drum: Ingredients of a research project?
Pascal Gaudette, PhD student, Dept of Anthropology, McGill. Refreshments will be served.
Presented by McGill's School of Information Studies (SIS), CLA Montreal Chapter, CLA Emerging Technologies Interest Group (ETIG) and the McGill SLA Student Group. Presenters include Jessamyn West ("Web2.0, Library 2.0, and Librarian 2.0"), John Dupuis ("Blogging for Professional Development"), Rajiv Johal and Beth Dunning ("Is Boolean Dead? Researching and the New Web"), and Amy Buckland and Janis Dawson ("A Second Life for your Library"). See website (below) for charges.