"UTSC Librarians have become an integral part of our curriculum advances in Management and have enhanced the research and learning skills of our students." ~ David Zweig, Associate Professor and Chair, Dept. of Management

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We have enjoyed a very productive working relationship with the Library. UTSC Librarians have become an integral part of our curriculum advances in Management and have enhanced the research and learning skills of our students. In addition, the UTSC Library team has done a tremendous job in enhancing the curriculum and training taking place in our Finance lab.

"The Digital Scholarship Unit has been wonderful to work with. The process itself has been not only enjoyable but intellectually stimulating — as all collaborative projects should be!" ~ Natalie Rothman, Dept of Historical & Cultural Studies

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Kirsta's probing questions have helped us brainstorm together to identify the scope, technical needs, and potential bottlenecks down the road of various projects, and to generate what I think will ultimately be a more robust architecture and infrastructure than initially planned

"The Library and Digital Scholarship Unit helped me create and deliver an effective workshop on emerging digital scholarship practices, and is working with me to embed additional digital scholarship content in my courses.” - Anne Milne, Dept. of English

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"The best part of this year's assignments is that just about every student has managed to find, and use, useful bibliographies of recent academic journal articles, trade journal articles, and Statistics Canada and BLS numerical data." ~ Chris Bovaird

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Over the past two weeks I have been reading and grading the first Assignments submitted for the MGTC19 "New Ways of Work" course, for which you gave such an interesting and useful hands-on session in the Finance Lab. I am writing to tell you that the best part of this year's assignments is that just about every student has managed to find, and use, useful bibliographies of recent academic journal articles, trade journal articles, and Statistics Canada and BLS numerical data.

"Thank you again for not only teaching my students about effective research strategies, but also for opening their eyes to how fun and interesting secondary research can be." ~ Letitia Henville, English Dept.

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One student wrote about the anxiety she had with a research essay in another English course, and how revealed she was to learn about the MLA bibliography and the best ways to navigate it; another student wrote about how much she enjoyed seeing how much you enjoy teaching this topic. She said that she didn't expect a librarian to be passionate about research (I'm guessing she hasn't met a lot of librarians!) and that she was very happy that you made that lecture fun... I really appreciate your spending this time with my students -- I don't think I could teach them about this kind of research nearly half as well as you do!