| Doctoral Workshop |
Planting Trees and Plugging Holes:
A Research-Centred Workshop for Doctoral Students
This workshop is addressed to doctoral students who are conducting research connected to the conference theme of the library in its socio-cultural context.
The purpose of the workshop is to help students clarify ideas and methods for their dissertation research through sharing common themes and problems in large and small group interaction. Approximately 15 successful candidates have been accepted into the workshop.
The workshop will take place October 9, 2007, prior to Library Research Seminar IV, in London, Ontario.
Faculty for the workshop include:
- Christine Pawley,
Professor, School of Library and Information Studies and Director, Center
for the History of Print Culture in Modern America, University of
- Catherine Sheldrick Ross, Professor, Faculty of Information and
Media Studies, The University of Western Ontario;
- Wayne A. Wiegand, F. William Summers Professor of Library and Information Studies, Professor of American Studies and Co-Editor, LIBRARY QUARTERLY, Florida State University.
The LRS IV registration fee will cover participation in the workshop for the students selected.