Student Publications at UBC's School of Library, Archival and Information Studies: An Anecdotal Bibliography

Grant Hurley

Abstract


This paper analyzes and reflects on two School of Library, Archival and Information Studies student publications: ADLIB (1962-1972) andOverdue (1982-1997). Both publications offer rich insights into the experiences of students in the UBC program as it has developed over time.



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library education; students; history; SLAIS; UBC

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“Courses.” (1962). ADLIB 1(1), 3.

Dattilo, M. & Saltman, J. (2001). Forty years of library education: the School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, University of British Columbia, 1961-2001. Vancouver: School of Library, Archival & Information Studies.

Dell, J. “Editorial.” (1962). ADLIB 1(1), 1.

GEF. “A Valentine story for librarians.” (1967). ADLIB 5(5), 2.

“Editorial.” (1965). ADLIB, 4(1), n.p.

“Editorial.” (1971), ADLIB 10(2), 2.

Henderson, J. “Editorial.” (1972). ADLIB 11(1), p. 7.

Homer, G. “Student opinion and library education.” (1970). ADLIB, 9(1), 1-2.

“How can the same...” (1970). ADLIB, 9(5), 1.

“If you are interested.” (1965). ADLIB, 4(2), 9.

“Interview with Ken Haycock.” (1992). Overdue, 11(1), 5.

“On harmonization.” (1992). Overdue 11(2), 2-3.

“One student’s impression.” (1970). ADLIB 9(6), n.p.

“Overheard in the lounge.” (1963) ADLIB, 1(3), n.p.

Maestro, E., Chan, M. & Steiner. M. (2004). “School of Library, Archival and Information Studies fonds.” University of British Columbia Archives.

Pearl, M. “The alternate library school.” ADLIB 11(1), 9-10.

Rothstein, S. “Editorial.” ADLIB, 8(1), 1.

Toney, S. “Student-faculty meeting report.” (1971). ADLIB, 10(2), 2-3.


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