Vol. 3 No. 2, June 2010

News & Events

e-HLbc announces its inaugural boutique license; April Haddad is announced as the new Management Committee post-secondary sector representative; Grace Markarewicz begins her term as Co-Chair; and more.

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Success Story: Supporting Interdisciplinary Faculty

Simon Fraser University’s (SFU) new interdisciplinary Faculty of  Health Sciences houses a diverse set of researchers from the social, clinical, and lab sciences, as well as the humanities. “With such varied interests,” explains Megan Crouch, Health Sciences Librarian at SFU, “it can be difficult and expensive to build collections that meet everyone’s needs.”

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Using Facebook to Connect with Users

Librarians at the BC Institute of Technology have created library Facebook pages to promote their resources and connect with library users in their native environment.

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Member Profile: Yukon College

e-HLbc's newest member is Yukon College, a community college uniquely adapted to life in the North. The only post-secondary institution in the territory, Yukon college boasts 13 campuses located across the Yukon.

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Notes from the Chair

Most days, it feels like we are experts in change management. Navigating shifts at work and in the electronic information environment, we become skilled at identifying what's different, adapting, and moving forward. e-HLbc is no different. There's change on the horizon, and we're eager to face it.

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