Capping Exercises - 2005
Banser, Janice - Mini Library Web Design Project -- LIS 534
Betz, Sonya - History, Scalds, and Sagas: the literary traditions of medieval Iceland
Christoffersen, Shannon - Virtual Shelters: Optimizing Digital Reference Services To Meet the Information Needs of Abused Women
de Jong, C.J. - Teaching the Online Hansard - An Instructional Session
Dunbar, Jim - From Librarianship to Information Science and Knowledge Management: Changing Labels or Changing the Profession?
Edwards, Michelle - Library Service to Oral Cultures: The Reality versus The Ideal
Hart, Sandra - Vandalism in Libraries: Causes, Common Occurrences and Prevention Strategies
Laflamme, Joanna - The illustrators Anthony Brown and Ian Wallace, and their interpretation of the story of "Hansel and Gretel" by Brothers Grimm.
Leung, Maria - Thesaurus Construction Project
Luthy, Genevieve - Digital Reference Services for Children
Maynes, Warren - Graphic Novel Literacy
Meert, Deborah - A History of the Vatican Library
Miller, Christopher - Ethics and Principles In Library Building Accessibility
Molberg, Keri - Database Design Project: Wet Paint Design School
Robertson, Heather - Video Games and Young People: Learning, Literacy and Libraries
Robinson, Mary-Ellen - The Daniel Press
Rudolph, Arwen - Reflections on Thesaurus Construction
Ryan, Jenny - Internet Filters: Censorship or Just Good Sense?
Sherbaniuk, Patricia - "Keepers of the Truth": The Historical Role of the Archivist in Society
Shi, Weiwei - Xi'an Historical Library Website Design Project
Thomson, Valerie - Community Study Report: A Community Needs Assessment of a Central Alberta Town
Vicente, Maria-Elizabeth - Digital Reference Services For Young Adults
This collection contains HTML files submitted in 2005
by students graduating from the School of Library and Information Studies at
the University of Alberta. The students have each chosen a term paper or project
which is representative of their best work during the program.
Please send any comments regarding the collection to Dennis.Ward@ualberta.ca.