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  • Librarians Building Strong Town-Gown Relationships 

    Clarke, Kim; Morrow, Leeanne (Libraries and Cultural Resources, University of Calgary, University of Calgary, 2016-08)
  • Kidding Around 

    Clarke, Kim; Morrow, Leeanne (Libraries and Cultural Resources, University of Calgary, University of Calgary, 2016-08-04)
  • Town-gown Collaborations for Enhancing Student Research Skills 

    Clarke, Kim; DeGreeve, Jacquelyn (Libraries and Cultural Resources, university of calgary, 2016-08)
  • Kidding Around 

    Clarke, Kim (University of Calgary, university of calgary, 2016-10-13)
  • Play the Stress Away 

    Clarke, Kim (Libraries and Cultural Resources, University of Calgary, university of calgary, 2016-05-17)
  • Express Yourself! 

    Clarke, Kim (Libraries and Cultural Resources, University of Calgary, university of calgary, 2014-05)
  • Future of Articling in Canada 

    Clarke, Kim (Libraries and Cultural Resources, University of Calgary, university of calgary, 2013-05-06)
  • AI's Infiltration of the Legal Profession 

    Clarke, Kim (Libraries and Cultural Resources, university of calgary, university of calgary, 2018-05-30)
    Artificial Intelligence. Machine learning. Cognitive Computing. Terminology aside, this technology is having a revolutionary impact on many aspects of the practice of law and the individuals employed in the legal profession. ...
  • On the Front Line? Metaphors of War and Violence in Academic Libraries 

    Amedegnato, Ozouf Senamin; Boyd, Melanie (Arts, Libraries and Cultural Resources, University of Calgary, 2019-07)
    English: Is there room for war metaphor in academic libraries? Is there a good, or justifiable, reason for its use? In this paper, we argue the answer to these questions is no. The paper will discuss the nature of metaphor ...
  • Longing for Wilderness: The Human and the Other - Vis à Vis - in the Poetry and Poetics of Don McKay 

    Boyd, Melanie (University of Calgary, Libraries and Cultural Resources, University of Calgary, 2008-01)
    Canadian poet, Don McKay, describes wilderness as “the placeless place beyond the mind’s appropriation.” Though ever elusive, a poet must seek this wilderness through “poetic attention” – “a sort of readiness, a species ...

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