Team Meet & Greet: Choosing & Using Sources: A Guide to Academic Research, 1st Canadian Edition

Welcome to Choosing & Using Sources: A Guide to Academic Research, 1st Canadian Edition!

Take a moment to tell us about yourself, why you’re interested in this project, and get to know your fellow team members. We look forward to working with you on this exciting project.

Hi Lindsey! I’ve just followed your project as I think it has relevance to another Rebus initiative we’re developing to support research workflows. Great to see you bringing this project together (and love that you’re planning on creating an audiobook version too!). Will be following with interest :slight_smile:

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Hi Lindsey! I realize I’m a bit late since the posting first went up but I would like to help with this project! I am a librarian at a large research institution in BC, Canada. I think a resource such as this one would be incredibly useful to the research community. I’m wondering if you’ve considered adding sections on citational politics or Indigenous knowledges and research methodologies?

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Hi Donna,

Sorry for the delay in getting back to you–I’ve been teaching the past two months and am finally finished with all the marking and ready to focus on this project!

Thanks for your interest–I am definitely planning to add a section on Traditional Knowledge, though I am not an expert on the topic, so if you have experience in this area (or any other areas), I’d love to have your help! Re: citation politics, I intend to add on to an existing section of the text (Challenges in Citing Sources.

I’m going to upload an outline in the next few days detailing additions and changes I want to make to the text, so hopefully that will make the project clearer.