Cecile Farnum

Liaison Librarian (Library science (librarianship))

Toronto, Canada

Cecile Farnum has worked as a librarian at the Ryerson University Library & Archives since 2004. She has a Masters in History from York University and a Masters in Information Studies from the University of Toronto. Currently, Cecile is the liaison librarian for the Schools of Nutrition and Occupational and Public Health. In this role, she provides library instruction and research support for students and faculty. Cecile is the recipient of Ryerson’s Librarian Award for 2019, recognizing excellence in professional service to a unit, the University and/or the community.

Publications

  • The Intersection between Food Insecurity and Diabetes: A Review
  • Promoting Professionalism, and Academic Librarianship: Observations on the Marketing of the M.L.S.
  • Collaboration between Librarians and Teaching Faculty to Teach Information Literacy at One Ontario University: Experiences and Outcomes
  • Can I Make A Suggestion? Your Library Suggestion Box as an Assessment Tool
  • Getting Good Agreements
  • Predator vs. Librarian?: A Case Study in Open Access, Creative Commons, and Predatory Publishing
  • Predator vs. Librarian?: A Case Study in Open Access, Creative Commons, and Predatory Publishing
  • Collaboration between Librarians and Teaching Faculty to Teach Information Literacy at one Ontario University: Experiences and Outcomes
  • Collaboration between Librarians and Teaching Faculty to Teach Information Literacy at one Ontario University: Experiences and Outcomes

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