Enveloping such subjects as media studies, popular music and culture, journalism, health information sciences and, library and information science, the FIMS presentations offer a variety of subjects. Presentation topics include research in privacy, internet and media accuracy, copyright, and public education and assistance.

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Submissions from 2013

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Access Copyright & Technology: Legal and Policy Issues in Education, Lisa Di Valentino

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FIPPA Requests : A How-To Workshop, Lisa Di Valentino

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Open Access: Historical Highlights, Issues and Policies, Paul St-Pierre, Lisa Di Valentino, and Samuel Trosow

Submissions from 2012

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Who's in Charge Here? Information Privacy in a Social Networking World, Lisa Di Valentino

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Observing Graduate Students' Use of Library Space, Marni R. Harrington and Amanda Humphreys

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Access Copyright: What does it mean for Western? A Librarian’s Guide, Alan Kilpatrick

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A Discourse Analysis of the Representation of Librarians and Formal Educators in the Professional Literature for Public, Academic, and School Librarians, Pam McKenzie, Cameron Hoffman, and Rosamund K. Stooke

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Democratizing Access to Knowledge: Find Out What Open Educational Resources (OER) Have to Offer, Michael B. McNally

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Intellectual Property and Its Alternatives: Incentives, Innovation and Ideology, Michael B. McNally

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Rethinking Tradition: The Impact of Technology & the Loss of Serendipity on the Historical Research Process, Anabel Quan-Haase and Kim Martin

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Because I Am Not Here: Second Life Based Artists, Four Selected Case Studies, Francisco Gerardo Toledo Ramírez

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Technology Transfer and Innovation Policy at Canadian Universities: Opportunities and Social Costs, Samuel E. Trosow, Laura Briggs, and Michael B. McNally

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The Rhetoric and Reality of “Knowledge Mobilization”: Perspectives from the Research Front, Nadine Wathen, Shannon Sibbald, Siobhan Stevenson, and Pam McKenzie

Submissions from 2011

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Making Connections: Using Citation Analysis to Map the Literature of Migration & Ethnic Relations, Bruce Fyfe, Marni Harrington, Courtney Waugh, and Stacey Wilson

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Mentoring in English Canadian Academic Libraries, Marni R. Harrington and Elizabeth Marshall

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Identifying Strengths and Challenges in Interdisciplinary Graduate Supervision, Kathryn Hibbert, Lorelei Lingard, Allan Pitman, Anne Kinsella, Tim Wilson, Pam McKenzie, Meredith Vanstone, and Alfred Masinire

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“It's about Helping People”: Co‐op Experiences of LIS Students in Academic Libraries, Kristin Hoffmann and Selinda A. Berg

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Mentoring in Academic Libraries: A Canadian Perspective, Elizabeth Marshall and Marni Harrington

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Seeking Knowledge: The Role of Social Networks in the Adoption of Ebooksby Historians, Kim Martin and Anabel Quan-Haase

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Exploring Interactions of People, Places and Information. Proceedings of the Annual Conference of CAIS / Actes du congrès annuel de l'ACSI 2011, Pam McKenzie, Catherine A. Johnson Dr, and Sarah Stevenson

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Mobilizing User-Generated Content for Canada’s Digital Content Advantage, Michael McNally, Caroline Whippey, and Lola Wong

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Online Mental Health Information Behaviours of Emerging Adults: A Web Usability and User Experience Study, Diane M. Rasmussen Neal, Cameron Hoffman, and Ye Liu

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Internet Filtering in the Public Library: The Case of London Ontario, Samuel E. Trosow

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Mobilizing User-Generated Content for Canada’s Digital Content Advantage, Samuel E. Trosow, Jacquelyn Burkell, Nick Dyer-Witheford, Pamela J. McKenzie, Michael B. McNally, Caroline Whippey, and Lola Wong

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Genealogy and the Law in Canada 2011, Margaret Ann Wilkinson