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By Sarah Mousseau, LINCS undergraduate research assistant In the summer of 2020, I was hired as a research assistant with the University of Guelph’s Bachinski/Chu Print Study Collection. Initially, my job entailed the care and maintenance of the objects in the collection with a few other tasks as assigned. Of course, the arrival of the COVID-19 […]

Breaking Down the Barriers to Data Conversion

  • LINCS Project
  • September 17, 2021
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By Devon Hayley Farrell, LINCS metadata co-op If there’s one thing I have learned during my library, archival, and information graduate studies, it is that information institutions are adverse to change. The archival profession progresses at a glacial pace. This is juxtaposed with the leaps and bounds made in information technology over the past twenty-five […]

By Kathleen McCulloch-Cop & Rashmeet Kaur, SCALE undergraduate research assistants I (Kathleen) was introduced to user interface design at the start of my post-secondary education with Software Design 1, the first class on the first day of my first (ever) semester. I crowded into a lecture hall with 150 other people, each of us more […]