Are you curious about the role of information centres in creative research and practice? Want to learn more about academic, special, or art librarianship?
Please join us for a guided tour of the Dorothy H. Hoover Library at the Ontario College of Art and Design University.
Librarian Daniel Payne and Learning Zone Technician Heather Evelyn will lead the session; introducing the collection, spaces, and services, and sharing their ways of thinking about best practices for a library that serves and supports creative research and projects.
The tour will take place on Friday, October 30th from 4:00-5:30pm at 113 McCaul Street (Room 1215, Level 2). All are welcome, but space is limited. This event is FREE! Please RSVP to Angelique Roy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Seasonal treats will be offered so please specify if you have any dietary restrictions.
For more information, please visit the event page!
Daniel Payne is Head of Instructional Services at the Dorothy H. Hoover Library. This semester, he is also teaching the Art Librarianship course (INF2312: Art Librarianship in Theory and Practice) at the iSchool.
Marta Chudolinska is the Learning Zone Librarian at the Dorothy H. Hoover Library, managing an alternative library space that is part studio, part collaborative work and research area, and home to the OCAD Zine Library.
Please not that unfortunately Marla Chudolinska will not be available for the tour scheduled on October 30th.
Heather Evelyn is the Learning Zone Technician at the Dorothy H. Hoover Library, responsible for assisting the librarian with information services in addition to programming, cataloguing and maintaining the collection.