More study space, more research support over the long weekend

Got a date with some final papers this long weekend? We’ve got you covered! The library will be open for regular individual study space bookings from Friday, April 2- Monday, April 5. Sticking close to home, but still working on assignments? The Research Help Team will be online from 9 am – 7 pm onContinue reading “More study space, more research support over the long weekend”

Travel to China with Dr. Eric Henry

At a time when many of us are missing international travel, the next Faculty Author Series event might help fill that void. On March 25 at noon, travel via Zoom to Shenyang, China, with Dr. Eric Henry, Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology. Dr. Henry will discuss his new book, The Future Conditional, andContinue reading “Travel to China with Dr. Eric Henry”

Furthering Digital Accessibility: 3 Tips for Making your Content More Accessible

This is a guest post by Harriette L. Spiegel, Ph.D, a Fulbright Canada 2020-2021 Scholar and Research Chair, who is here at Saint Mary’s from the University of Tennessee at Martin studying digital accessibility. Inaccessible computer output = a brick wall. Let’s talk about students (or any computer users) who experience inaccessible computer output. ItContinue reading “Furthering Digital Accessibility: 3 Tips for Making your Content More Accessible”

International Women’s Day Event: A Faculty Author Talk with Dr. Rohini Bannerjee & editor Christina Myers

Looking for a way to celebrate International Women’s Day tomorrow? We’ve got you covered! Our next Faculty Author Series event is set for 12 pm on Monday, March 8, where Dr. Rohini Bannerjee and editor Christina Myers will unpack Big: Stories about Life in Plus-Sized Bodies. Described as “a collection of personal and intimate experiencesContinue reading “International Women’s Day Event: A Faculty Author Talk with Dr. Rohini Bannerjee & editor Christina Myers”

Furthering Digital Accessibility: Exploring Pathways to Reaching Full Awareness

We are honoured to feature a guest post by Harriette L. Spiegel, Ph.D, a Fulbright Canada 2020-2021 Scholar and Research Chair, who is here at Saint Mary’s from the University of Tennessee at Martin studying digital accessibility. Why does it matter if my computing output is accessible? The answer is, of course, “because it does.”Continue reading “Furthering Digital Accessibility: Exploring Pathways to Reaching Full Awareness”

Five significant items from the Lynn Jones collection

Did you know that the Saint Mary’s University Archives is home to the Lynn Jones African-Canadian & Diaspora Heritage Collection? The Lynn Jones Collection documents the lives of Lynn, her family, and over 50 years of African, African Diasporic and African-Nova Scotian heritage and history. We’re honoured to start our new blog by highlighting five items fromContinue reading “Five significant items from the Lynn Jones collection”