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Researcher-in-residence program

Scope

As part of the program, Concordia Library will provide:

  • Dedicated workspace in Concordia Library
  • Access to computing facilities
  • Access to library resources, print and electronic collections, and technological infrastructure
  • Opportunities for the Researcher-in-Residence to interact with Concordia Library staff
  • Other types of in-kind support may be made available

In return, the Researcher-in-Residence is expected to participate in the intellectual life of Concordia Library. This participation may take various forms, including:

  • Presenting research in progress to staff
  • Providing learning opportunities in the form of seminars or workshops for a campus or library audience on topics related to their own expertise
  • Participating in selected activities in Concordia Library, depending upon the relevance to their research, their expertise, and interest. Such activities include:
    • Committee meetings
    • Special events
    • Brown bag talks, seminars, round tables, or other information sessions
    • Concordia Library Research Forum
  • Meeting individually with librarians and library staff (e.g., office hour drop-ins, or by appointment)
 
page last updated on: Monday 27 February 2017
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