Concordia University

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Andrea Harland

Head, Interlibrary Loans
Building, Civil & Environmental Engineering Subject Librarian
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Subject Librarian

Office: S-LB 220-15 
J.W. McConnell Building,
1400 De Maisonneuve W.
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 7702
Email: Andrea.Harland@concordia.ca

Education

Master of Library and Information Studies (MLIS), McGill University: 1998-2000

Master of Art Conservation (MAC), Queen's University: 1993-1996
Final Year Research Report: Ultraviolet fluorescence examination of paper artifacts

Bachelor of Arts (BA), Honours Art History, McGill University: 1990-1993



Research activities

Research Areas

  • Patron driven acquisition
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Accessing databases on academic library websites
  • Trade journals


Publications

Non peer reviewed

  • Andréa Harland. “Cyberthécaire :Faciliter la découverte des bases de données". Argus 34.3 (2005) : 7-10.

  • Kirsten Huhn, Andréa Harland. "Making Space". Argus 42.3 (2014): 49-52


Peer reviewed

  • John Ganly, Andréa Harland, and Kristin McDonough. “Scholarsand Citizens: Making Research Level Collections Accessible to the Public at SIBL”. Science& Technology Libraries 24.1-2 (2004): 47-71.



Presentations

Posters

  • Andréa Harland. "Patron Driven Acquisition within Interlibrary Loans: Focus on Workflows". Presentation given as part of the Librarians’ Forum 13th Annual Poster Forum, Spring 2015.
  • Andréa Harland. "Challenges of providing access to specialized databases on academic websites: focus on business resources". Presentation given as part of the Librarians’ Forum 5th Annual Poster Forum, Spring 2007.

Seminars

  • "Market research resources" for the Centre local de développement de l'Ouest-de-l'ile seminar series for entrepreneurs, December 2009
  • "Investigating trade journals" for the Librarians' Forum Brown Bag Lunch Series, Spring 2008


Teaching activities

GLIS 638: Business Information, McGill University School of Information Studies: Fall 2007; Fall 2008

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