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Searching for Trust

April 14, 2022

Dr. Lemieux’s new book explores the intersection of trust, disinformation, and blockchain technology in an age of heightened institutional and epistemic mistrust.

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Doctoral Student Lois Evans named finalist in 2022 SSHRC Storytellers Challenge

April 7, 2022

'Digital Climate Change' explores what archivists and record managers across Canada are doing to reduce the impact of digital records, data and information on the environment.

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Updating the Records Retention Schedule at UBC

April 6, 2022

MASLIS student Andy Resto talks about his recent WorkLearn assignment at the UBC Records Management Office and his experience with the Records Retention Schedule Development (RRSD) working group.

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ACA@UBC Annual Symposium

April 1, 2022

This event will push the boundaries of our understanding of archival education through redefining archives, dismantling academic gatekeeping, and challenging Euro-centric archival models.

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MLIS alum Reece Steinberg receives 2022 Ryerson University’s Librarian Award

March 24, 2022

This award recognizes demonstrated excellence in professional service to a unit, Ryerson University and/or the community.

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Because It Lasts

March 11, 2022

The 9th MACL Graduate Student Conference will discuss the topics of time and space in Children's Literature and showcase students’ academic and creative work on the matter.

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FNCC & Reciprocity: Student Sharing Circle

March 10, 2022

FNCC students are invited to join this focus group to learn about the strengths, opportunities, aspirations, and potential for increasing reciprocity related to the FNCC.

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UBC iSchool Syllabus EDI Survey Report

March 9, 2022

Student members of the EDI committee will report the findings of the survey conducted last year and provide a forum for students to give feedback.

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Picturing Canada

March 9, 2022

The exhibition, curated by seven UBC iSchool students, explores the changing historical and cultural aspects of Canadian identity through the lens of children’s illustrated books.

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Colloquia 2021-2022: The Pirate Function

March 9, 2022

Join Dr. Kavita Philip for this talk on unauthorized reproduction and a reflection on the nature of property law, digital personhood, and interdisciplinary knowledge production.

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