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SIS Welcomes 2 students as part of the Indigenous Student Librarian program.

Published: 28Sep2020

The School of Information Studies is happy to announce 2 students Chloe Belair-Morin and Sarah Monnier as part of the Indigenous Student Librarian program. This programs offers a tuition waiver to...

SIS Intro Session

1Sep202013:00
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School of Information Studies Intro Session Welcome to our School!P3661 rue Peel, Montreal, QC, H3A 1X1, CA/sisCategory: School of Information Studies

SIS Talk Stacy Allison-Cassin

20Mar202010:00
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We come to know and understand the world through information structures. They tell us who we are and how we fit or don’t fit, into the world around us.P3661 rue Peel, Montreal, QC, H3A 1X1, CA...

SIS Seminar Series - Jamie Blustein

9Mar202012:00
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 Dr Jamie Blustein will discuss recent research in Dalhousie University's HAIKU research groups about methods to increase the engagement of art gallery visitors (patrons) with artworks on display...

SIS Talk Laura Ridenour

13Mar202009:00
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10:30

Boundaries, Borders, and Information Needs: Examining Concepts in Information SystemsP3661 rue Peel, Montreal, QC, H3A 1X1, CA/sisCategory: School of Information Studies

SIS Talk Yuanyuan Feng

6Mar202009:00
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10:30

Join us for a talk from our third candidate in our Faculty Recruitment...

SIS Talk Sarah Ann Gilbert

4Mar202009:00
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10:30

Please join us for a talk from the second of our Faculty recruitment candidates. ...

SIS Seminar Series - Rebekah Willson

17Feb202012:00
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Undergoing a transition is a lengthy process that is frequently a time of upheaval, leaving individuals in a liminal state as they make sense of their new reality, ‘betwixt and between’ the old and...

Knowledge Cafe

15Apr201911:30
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The Knowledge Cafe is a fun and informal way to meet and chat with information professionals, many of whom graduated with our degree.E3700 rue McTavish, Montreal, QC, H3A 1Y2, CA/sisCategory:...

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