Join MRU community members as they read passages from banned, challenged, or otherwise censored and suppressed books in order to reaffirm our commitment to freedom of expression and socially responsible use of information. If you are interested in reading, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Light refreshments will be served.
The Mount Royal Library Awards for Research Excellence recognize students producing outstanding scholarly projects such as papers, film projects, posters, technology-based projects, or creative works that demonstrate research skills and the effective use of information resources.
Teaching with movies and other media
It's not always clear how you can use films and other media in your teaching or how your User Rights under the Copyright Act apply. Join Copyright advisor Alana Gaulin in a workshop to answer your questions.
Please join us March 9 for an afternoon to hear two guest speakers. 12-1:30 - Invited Keynote Christina Hendricks, Professor of Teaching at UBC. 1:45-3 - MRU librarians Jordan Crate-Serhal and Richard Hayman. Registration page: bit.ly/OpenEdWeekMRU
Using electronic images
Knowing how to incorporate electronic images in your course material can be confusing. Join Copyright Advisor Alana Gaulin in a workshop that will answer your questions.