Ground Floor and Room 301 Display Cases, Murray Library
January 28-February 25
Curated by: Stevie Horn and Laurie Wing
In honour of Aboriginal Achievement week, the University Archives and Special Collections is hosting a small exhibit on the Ground and Third floor of the Murray Library. On the ground floor, the University's first male and female Aboriginal graduates are showcased, along with written works of various Aboriginal alumni, including influential Métis activist Howard Adams. The third floor cases include material from Allan Gonor's collection of materials relating to artist Allen Sapp, as well as a variety of aboriginal literature. The display will be up well into February, as we continue to honour the achievements of Aboriginals in our community. Read more . . .
Join Aboriginal Intern Jessica Generoux on the journey of becoming a professional librarian. Jessica has over a decade of experience working in children's programming with Regina Public Library, where she coordinated the Aboriginal Library Programs with community branches as well developing and delivering programming for an inner city library. As a passionate puppeteer and single mother, Jessica will share the knowledge she has gained, resources she has found useful over the years and experiences that can connect and inspire students to consider a career in librarianship.
Refreshments will be served.
Date: Thursday, February 5
Time: 10:30 – 11:30 AM
Location: Education & Music Library, Education Bldg., Rm 2003
The library's Peer Mentors are planning several Research Paper Planner workshops. Join them for a crash course on finding and evaluating scholarly resources in the Collaborative Learning Lab (Room 145, Murray Library).
Mondays at 1:30
Thursdays at 11:30