Community Engaged Scholarship (CES)

Jane on May 24th, 2011

If you can get access to it, I like to recommend reading a particular research article published in the latest issue of Library Management (not an Open Access Journal!!). Mary Anne Kennan a Senior Lecturer in the School of Information Studies at CSU, has written an excellent article titled, ” Learning to share: mandates and […]

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I was so excited to notice that the UBC Library includes language in their strategic plan endorsing community engagement. “Through local, national and international collaboration exchange perspectives, expertise and resources with diverse communities. We embrace community engagement and encourage effective use of resources and contributes to the economic, cultural and social well-being of the people […]

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Jane on February 16th, 2011

With assistance from the Research Enterprise and Scholarly Communications Team a part of the University of Guelph Library, the Research Shop adopts Open Access guidelines! The Research Shop is another name for the Institute for Community Engaged Scholarship (ICES). ICES fosters collaborative and mutually beneficial community-university research partnerships. ICES draws on strong traditions of community […]

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Jane on January 4th, 2011

Carleton University launched a unique new website that focuses on community engagement. The website provides details on Carleton and community projects, as well as a space for facilitating relationships of all kinds. The Dec 1st press release details that “A critical feature is an interactive bulletin board where groups and individuals can post information about […]

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