Giustini, Dean.  A  collections project to determine the top 100 or so new print Canadian medical books (2005-2010) for purchase in health libraries.,_2005_-_2010

(Kathy Hornby):  Aleksejuniene, J., von Bergmann, H., and Hornby, K. Cultivating Evidence Based Practice in Undergraduate Dental Education.  Funded by the UBC Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund 2011/2012.   



Erin Fields, (2010).  A unique Twitter use for reference services. Library Hi Tech News,  27 (6/7): 14 – 15.

Kimberley  Hintz, Paula Farrar, Shirin Eshghi, Barbara Sobol, Jo-Anne Naslund, Teresa Lee, Tara Stephens, Aleha McCaule. (2010). Letting Students Take the Lead: A User-Centred Approach to Evaluating Subject Guides. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 5(4):39-52.

Book Review:  Wallace, J. [Review of the book,  Chocolate Wars: The 150-year rivalry between the world’s greatest chocolate makers, by Deborah Cadbury].   Business in Vancouver,  January 11-17, 2011; issue 1107.

Book Review:  Wallace, J. [Review of the book, The Intangibles of Leadership, by Richard A. Davis] . Business in Vancouver, March 8-14, 2011; issue 1115.


Erin Fields. Liaising in the Between –  A Plan for Interdisciplinary Outreach.  OLA Super Conference 2010 Poster Session.  February 2-5, 2011. Toronto, Ontario.


Dean Giustini, Francisco Jose Grajales, Daniel Hooker Using Social Media to Promote Evidence-Based Practice: A Primer on Blogs, Wikis & Twitter . Cochrane Canada 9th Annual Symposium, Vancouver B.C., February 16-17, 2011.

Stanton, Ralph.  “Rare books at UBC”.  Arts Wednesdays 2011 Lecture Series at Robson Square. February 9, 2011.


Andrews, Susan and Woodcock, Linda.  “RDA Unveiled”.  Friday, October 15, 2010, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM, Burnaby Public Library.               


Ingrid Parent and Dean Giustini will each receive a  SLAIS  50th Anniversary Alumni Service & Leadership Award  to be presented at the SLAIS 50th Anniversary Celebration on April 30, 2011.

Charlotte Beck was a runner up in the ALPS LINK Fall 2010 “Burning Needs” contest for her “Database Search Techniques – Sample of Clicker Questions”


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