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Research interests of librarians and professionals at the Concordia Library


By topic

Aboriginal studies library collections

Academic librarianship

Accessing databases on academic library websites

Assessment

Authority files (information retrieval)

Bibliometrics

Bioinformatics

Business research using social media

Cataloguing

Collection development

Conceptual models and ontologies

Controlled vocabularies

Copyright (fair dealings, exceptions to copyright, and licensing)

Critical research and feminist pedagogy

Critical teaching

Digital libraries

Digitization

Discovery systems

Electronic resources (assessment, development, management, workflows and licensing)

Entrepreneurship

Evaluating library instruction

Financial literacy

Geospatial data and geographic information systems

Government information, accessibility of

Hannah Arendt

History of libraries

History of the North American west

Information literacy

Information management

International standard identifiers (ORCID, ISNI, etc.)

Knowledge management

Knowledge organization systems

LGBTQ studies, information use in

Library partnerships and shared collections

Lifelong learning

Literature databases

Metadata

Multilingual information systems

Net neutrality

Open access

Patron driven acquisition

Professional development

Research data management

Research productivity and impact

Reference rot

Semantic web and library linked data

Sound recordings

Standards development and translation

Streaming media

Student awards for library research

Subject research guides

Trade journals

Transition of print to electronic resources

User-centered design

 
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