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The International Association of University Libraries (IATUL) invites you to attend the 37th Annual IATUL Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

This year’s theme is Leadership in a Sea of Change, and reflects not only Nova Scotia’s location by the ocean, but also provides the opportunity to share cutting edge experiences and knowledge during this time of continuing change in the world of libraries.
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Thursday, June 9 • 14:00 - 15:00
Panel Discussion

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Leah Boulos

Leah Boulos (BMus, MLIS) is a recent graduate of Dalhousie University’s Master of Library and Information Studies Program. She comes to the field with a background in music, having completed her Bachelor of Music summa cum laude from Mount Allison University in 2010. Upon entering the Dalhousie School of Information Management, Leah quickly began to develop interests in health sciences librarianship, research support... Read More →
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Marie DeYoung

Marie became University Librarian at Saint Mary’s University in July 2008.  Since then the Library has undergone extensive renovations, including the creation of numerous group study spaces, the introduction of laptop lending and installation of new technology throughout the Library. Previous to that she was with the Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC) for ten years as Director of Library Services and Online Learning and prior to... Read More →
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Tanja Harrison

Tanja Harrison is the University Librarian at Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax. She received her BA (Classics, English, and German) from Bishop’s and has worked primarily in academic libraries since graduating from Dalhousie’s MLIS program in 1996.  Tanja is an active member of several library associations and has served in various executive and leadership positions throughout her career.  She... Read More →
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Craig Olsvik

A 2011 graduate of Dalhousie University’s School of Information Management, Craig began his career as a librarian at the Canadian Research Knowledge Network (CRKN). CRKN is a national library consortium, counting 75 of Canada’s universities as its members, and undertakes large-scale e-resource licensing on behalf of its members to expand access to digital content for the academic research enterprise in... Read More →


Thursday June 9, 2016 14:00 - 15:00
CHEB: C170 5793 University Ave

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