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Jared Wiercinski

Digital Services & Outreach Librarian
Music & Contemporary Dance Librarian

Office: L-VL 101-03 
Vanier Library Building,
7141 Sherbrooke W.
Phone: (514) 848-2424 ext. 7726
Email: Jared.Wiercinski@concordia.ca

Education

Masters in Library and Information Studies, 2005, McGill University, Montréal, QC
BA (Philosophy, Psychology), 2001, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC

Professional development

"Music in Digital Libraries and Archives." Workshop. May 3-8, 2010. Stuttgart Media University. Stuttgart, Germany.

"Conducting Effective Meetings." Workshop. April 25, 2008. Centre de Perfectionnement, L'École des sciences de la gestion de l'Université du Québec à Montréal. Montréal, Québec.

"Presentation Skills." Workshop. December 2005. Concordia University. Montréal, Québec.

Research interests

Digital Libraries
Mobile Technology
Streaming Media


Selected publications

Peer-reviewed

Doi, Carolyn, James Mason, and Jared Wiercinski. "Mobile access to audio and video collections in libraries and other cultural institutions." Submitted September 2010.

Mason, James and Jared Wiercinski. "Streaming audio services in Canadian academic libraries." Music Reference Services Quarterly 12.3-4 (July 2009): 69-91.

Non peer-reviewed

Mason, James and Jared Wiercinski. "Music in the digital age: downloading, streaming, and digital lending." CAML (Canadian Association of Music Libraries) Review / Revue de l'ACBM 38.1 (2010): 5-16.

Wiercinski, Jared. "Enhance your course by integrating library resources and services within your Moodle site." Bibliofile Winter (2009): 5.

Wiercinski, Jared. "Research Pro: an easier way for students to find scholarly books and journal articles." Bibliofile Winter (2009): 7.

James, Christopher and Jared Wiercinski. "Good news for music lovers: two major additions to our music collection." Bibliofile Spring (2007): 1-2.

Wiercinski, Jared. "Staying informed with RSS." Bibliofile Spring (2006): 6.


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