Concordia University

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Dee Winn

Head, Information Services, Library

Office: S-LB 515-01 
J.W. McConnell Building,
1400 De Maisonneuve W.
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 7724
Email: dee.winn@concordia.ca

Education

MLIS, University of Western Ontario, 2007

MA (Adult Education), Central Michigan University, 2005

BA, Brock University, 2000




Research activities

Presentations

Groenendyk, M., Winn, D., Rivosecchi, M., Bjerke, J., & Polk, S. (May 2015) "Friend, Follow, Comment: An Analysis of Social Media Use By Academic Libraries in Montréal" Quebec Library Association, Gelber Conference Centre, Montréal, QC

Winn, D. (January 2015) "Education Library 2.0: Reference Librarianship Beyond Library Walls" Hawai'i International Conference on Education, Hilton Hawai'ain Village, Honolulu, HI

Oldenburg, K; Winn, D & Peters, J.
(May 2012) “License to Know What Lurks in the Minds of Students”  BC Library Association Conference, Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel, Richmond, BC

Winn, D & Peters, J. (October 2011) “A Graphic Novel Extravaganza”  The Alberta Library (Netspeed), Carriage House Inn, Calgary, AB

Liu, G & Winn, D. (July 2009) “Identifyingthe Information Seeking Behaviours of Chinese Undergraduate Students in Canadaand the Implications for Canadian Academic Libraries”  American Library Association Annual Conference, McCormick Place West, Chicago, IL





Publications

Lui,G. & Winn, D. (2010). Proceedings from the Fifth Shanghai (Hangzhou) International Library Forum. “Serving the Multicultural Campus: How International Students Perceive Library Services”, 45-54

Lui,G. & Winn, D. (2009).Chinese Graduate Students and the Canadian Academic Library: A user study at the University of Windsor.” The Journal of Academic Librarianship,35, 6, 565-573

Winn, D. (2007). Advocacy in Action: Canada’s Library Book Rate. Current Studies in Librarianship, 28 (1/2), 81-96 

Marini,Z., Bombay, K., Hobin, C., Winn, D. & Dumyn, P. (2000). “From Peer Victimization to Peer Mediation: A Public Health Approach to the Prevention and Management of School Bullying.” Brock Education, 10, 1, 1-29





Teaching activities

Sessional Instructor

Understanding the Contemporary World (01-120), University of Windsor, Fall 2008 & Fall 2009

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