I'm just getting started. Look out, world.

You can find out more about my publications by visiting my ORCID.


Some questions I'm currently exploring:

  • How has online access to information in libraries changed in the last ten years?

  • What impacts have affected different user groups, including unaffiliated users?

  • Which journals are librarians reading/publishing in for their professional development?

  • How is librarian work evolving/changing with the demands of technology?

  • What communications methods employed by libraries about collections cancellations seem to lead to more successful transition and change?


I am a regular contributor to Brain-Work, the C-EBLIP Blog.  You can find all of my posts there:

Librarians helping librarians with research (aka, my experience at the CARL Librarians’ Research Institute), posted July 10, 2018

Following a Research Plan—an update, posted January 30, 2018

Instant gratification: seeking scholarly literature outside the library: C-EBLIP Journal Club, August 24, 2017, posted September 14, 2017

Can you always do "just one more thing"?, posted August 29, 2017

The conundrum of leadership, posted February 21, 2017

Impostor Librarians: C-EBLIP Journal Club, November 15, 2016, posted December 8, 2016

How I'm Building Reconciliation, posted March 15, 2016

Useful, Useable, Desireable: C-EBLIP Journal Club, January 7, 2016, posted February 11, 2016

The Sound of Music: What do you listen to when you write?, posted August 11, 2015


I try to post my conference presentations online in a repository, either our institutional one, or on slideshare. If you have any questions, please get in touch.

Ontario Library Association Super Conference, January 2018: Communicating Cancellations to Campus: Strategies Across Canada (with DeDe Dawson & Charlene Sorensen, University of Saskatchewan)

Electronic Resources & Libraries, April 4, 2017: A Tale of Two Libraries: Kanban, workflows, and you (with Robin Canham, Saskatchewan Polytechnic)

C-EBLIP Symposium: Librarians as Researchers, October 12, 2016: The Elephant in the Room: Imposter Syndrome and Librarian Researchers

Saskatchewan Libraries Conference, May 7, 2016: Find Out What Your Users are Thinking (with Shannon Lucky, University of Saskatchewan)

Saskatchewan Libraries Conference, May 7, 2016: E-Resource Trends in Saskatchewan Post-Secondary Libraries (with Robin Canham, Saskatchewan Polytechnic and Barbara Nelke, University of Regina)

Saskatchewan Libraries Conference, May 6, 2016: Building Relationships with Vendors Through Effective Negotiation (invited lecture, SHLA AGM)

CAPAL-ACBAP 16, May 29, 2016: Collections in Library Space (with Elizabeth Stregger, University of Saskatchewan)