Guistini, Dean.  “Using Social Media in Canadian Academic Libraries.”  CARL/ABRL is the sponsoring agency.

Janke, R. (Co-investigator). Expanding the Evidence for New Graduate Transition Best Practices.  Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research, $150,000 (funding period November 2010 – May 2012).  Co-Principal Investigators Kathy Rush & Monica Adamack.

Teresa Lee has collaborated with faculty members and a post-graduate resident in the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences on a study evaluating the quality and usability of common drug databases. Their article was published in the Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy.




(Charlotte Beck): Feehan, L., Beck, C., Harris, S.,MacIntyre, D., Li, L. Exercise prescription after fragility fracture in older adults: a scoping review. Osteoporosis International. 2010 Oct 22. 1-  34.

(Teresa Lee):  Mountford CM, Lee, T, de Lemos J, Loewen PS.  “Evaluation of quality and usability of common drug information databases,” Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy 2010, 63(2).

Yuen, Eleanor. “Building an academic library in the heart of Pacific Canada: The Asian Library at the University of British Columbia”  in  Zhou, Peter X. (ed.) “Collecting Asia: East Asian Libraries in North America, 1868 – 2008”. Ann Arbor, Mich:Association for Asian Studies: 2010.

The Subject Guide Working Group recently submitted their article, “Letting Students Take the Lead: *A User-centred Approach to Evaluating Subject Guide” to the* journal, Evidence Based Library and Information Practice. The article has been peer reviewed and accepted for publication pending requested revisions.


(Danielle Winn):  Liu, G. and Winn, D. (2009). Chinese Graduate Students and the Canadian Academic Library: A User Study at the University of Windsor.  Journal of Academic Librarianship, 35(6):565-573.

Book Review:  Wallace J. and Chambers T. [Review of the book The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs: How To Be Insanely Great in Front of Any Audience, by Carmine Gallo]. Business in Vancouver, September 14-20, 2010; issue 1090.

Book Review:  Wallace J. and Chambers T. [Review of the book Blackberry:the inside story of Research in Motion, by Rod McQueen]. Business in Vancouver, October 12 – 18, 2010; issue 1094.

Book Review:  Wallace J. and Chambers T. [Review of the book Hacking Work: Breaking Stupid Rules for Smart Results by Bill Jensen and Josh Klein]. Business in Vancouver, November 9 – 15, 2010; issue 1098. 

ALPSLink publications:

Beck, Charlotte.  Database Search Techniques: Sample of Clicker Questions.  ALPSLink, November 2010.

Lee, Teresa, Taylor, Sally, Yu, Tricia.  PubMed Workbook: Canadian Pharmacy Practice Program”.  ALPS Link, May 2010.

Lee, Teresa.  “Handy OVID Medline Tips” ALPSLink, November 2010.

Mitchell, Marjorie.  “Reflective Library Assignment” ALPS Link. November 2010.

Miller, Katherine.  “RefWorks for Systematic Reviews”.  Powerpoint presentation on ALPS Link. November 2010.

Miller, Katherine.  “Zotero Practice Sheet” ALPS Link, November 2010.

Miller, Katherine.  “Key Databases in Biology” ALPS Link, November 2010.

Miller, Katherine.  “Land and Food Systems 100: Introduction to Library Research” ALPS Link, September 2010.

Ure, Lindsay.  Master of Management  – Early Career Masters: Library Orientation.  ALPS Link. November 2010.

Ure, Lindsay.  Current Awareness for Business Researchers.  ALPS Link. October 2010.



Eshghi, Shirin and Langton, Nina. “Digital Games for Languages and Cultures: Collections and Curriculum”. Japan Studies Association of Canada Annual Conference, UBC, September 30 – October 3, 2010.

Eshghi, Shirin. “Japanese Resources on Gender and Sexuality: Exposing What’s Hidden”. Japan Studies Association of Canada Annual Conference, UBC, September 30 – October 3, 2010.

Giustini, Dean “An Introduction to Health and Medical Reference Questions” BC Library Association.  Nanaimo, BC. November 25, 2010.


Yuen, Eleanor.  “The reconstruction of Chinese Canadian Identities across the Pacific: Personal Narratives and Collective Memories” at the 4th International Conference of Institutes and Libraries for Chinese Overseas” in Guangzhou, PRC.


Danielle Winn.  The Canadian Association of College and University Libraries (CACUL) 2010 Robert H. Blackburn Distinguished Paper Award.


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