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Research data management strategy at UM

May 19, 2023 — 
Research data management strategy at UM

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MSpace upgrade coming this June

May 17, 2023 — 
MSpace upgrade coming this June

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Indigenous science book display

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Indigenous science book display in UM Libraries

March 31, 2023 — 
Indigenous science book display in UM Libraries

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Indigenous librarian internship opportunity

March 22, 2023 — 
Indigenous librarian internship opportunity

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Two Student GIS Scholarships Now Available

March 6, 2023 — 
Esri Canada is offering two GIS scholarships for UM students in any faculty using Esri technology to visualise projects or research to apply.

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Xinli Wang at Crescent Driv

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Get to know Xinli Wang: Open Education at UM

February 24, 2023 — 
Get to know Xinli Wang: Open Education at UM

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Icelandic e-book solskin

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Letters from the North American-Icelandic Children’s Newspaper Sólskin

February 9, 2023 — 
Letters from the North American-Icelandic Children’s Newspaper Sólskin

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Open access publishing discounts available for researchers

February 9, 2023 — 
UM Libraries is pleased to announce all Wiley hybrid title article publication charges (APCs) will be waived for publications accepted during 2023 and 2024 for UM scholars.

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Head, Archives & Special Collections Heather Bidzinski alongside pieces from the archives.

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The Manitoban: A journey into U of M’s ‘untapped treasure’

January 27, 2023 — 
In a room on the third floor of Dafoe library, right beside the Icelandic reading room, a small group of archivists work to preserve history.

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Representation Matters: Transforming UM Libraries Through Indigenous Art and Engagement

January 6, 2023 — 
On October 26, the Elizabeth Dafoe Library unveiled “Skoden & Stoodis,” the latest art piece by renowned Métis artist Val Vint. Located on 1st Floor of the Elizabeth Dafoe Library at the Fort Garry campus, “Skoden & Stoodis,” echoes Vint’s previous work “Chi-kishkayhitamihk si te li neu Biizon” (“Education is the New Bison”), a 12-foot steel sculpture constructed out of 200 steel replicas of books and other articles by Indigenous authors, currently on display at the Forks.

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