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Jessie Loyer

 
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Jessie Loyer

Contact:
Email: jloyer@mtroyal.ca
Phone: 403-440-8699
Office: EL4423F
Education
MLIS, First Nations Curriculum Concentration, University of British Columbia
BA, University of Alberta

Jessie is Cree-Métis and a member of Michel First Nation. She is the Anthropology and Indigenous Studies liaison librarian. Her research focuses on building reciprocal research relationships using a nêhiyaw legal perspective and she was a co-lead for building the Riddell Library and Learning Centre.

Professional and Scholarly Interests
• Indigenous information literacy
• Language revitalization
• Library building planning
• Wikipedia editing

Selected Publications and Presentations
Loyer, J. (2018). Indigenous information literacy: nêhiyaw kinship enabling self-care in research. In K.P. Nicholson and M. Seale (Ed.), The Politics of Theory and the Practice of Critical Librarianship. (pp. 145-156). Sacramento, CA: Library Juice Press.
https://mruir.mtroyal.ca/xmlui/handle/11205/361

Loyer, J. (2017) Librarians, wâhkôhtowin, and information literacy instruction: building kinship in research relationships. [Closing keynote]. WILU.
https://livestream.com/ualberta/events/7412880

Loyer, J., Vanderwerff, M., and Bowler, M. (2017). Supporting Indigenous Studies programs through sustainable budget allocation. Collection Management, 42(3-4), 338-350.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01462679.2017.1337600
https://mruir.mtroyal.ca/xmlui/handle/11205/353

Loyer, J., & Small Legs, M. (2014). Non-insured Health Benefits for First Nations and Inuit People: an Overview for Information Providers. Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association / Journal De L’Association Des Bibliothèques De La Santé Du Canada, 35(1), 24-26.
https://journals.library.ualberta.ca/jchla/index.php/jchla/article/view/22390
https://doi.org/10.5596/c14-011

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