Research Exposition

NAHLA’s Research Exposition is an annual event that showcases recent and in-progress research by members. The Research Exposition is a series of brief presentations on a wide range of topics, with opportunities for questions and discussion.

2018 Research Exposition Presentations 
Presenter: Maria Tan
Research: The way forward: Reconciliation through Indigenously-authored children’s fiction

Presenters: Marta Michas
Research: Systematic reviews and Health Technology Assessments

Presenters: Dagmara Chojecki & Judith Cerna
Research: How I learned to stop worrying and love records management: Information specialists and librarians as records managers at a small research institute

2016 Research Exposition Presentations
Presenters: Liz Dennett
Research: Librarians’ citation practices for reused search strategies

Presenter: Tami Oliphant & Ali Shiri
Research: Mapping health-related big data in Alberta

Presenter: Thane Chambers
Research: Role of altmetrics in nursing