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“One and One are Sometimes Eleven”: Local Source Partners and Technologies in the Killam Learning Commons
Eleven stakeholders currently share space in Dalhousie University’s Killam Library Learning Commons, with services ranging from research assistance and the IT help desk to tutoring, GIS & data services. Although some ...
Who's Citing You?
Ever wonder who has cited your peer-reviewed articles? Citations can serve as a measure of the research impact of your work and help you to identify new colleagues in your field. The Web of Science Cited Reference tool ...
Expand Your Reach With Open Access: Author's Rights, DalSpace
The Libraries offer the DalSpace repository as a way for you to provide open access to your research. Deposits to DalSpace fulfill research funder requirements and provide usage stats on page views of your work. Find out ...
DalSpace: Collections from the Past and Present
Developed in 2007 and launched in 2008, the DalSpace repository carries a diverse range of items from the Dalhousie academic community. Several collections relate to the history of science and medicine in Nova Scotia, as ...
Michelle Paon (Draft Profile)
Our Science, Our History: Hidden Treasures Online from the Nova Scotian Institute of Science
Did you know that Nova Scotia mackerel were once described as “pouty and greedy”? Or that certain boulders in Nova Scotia survived a storm-tossed history? In January 2012, the Dalhousie Libraries officially launched the ...