Humber Libraries Research Guides
At Humber Libraries I develop and maintain research guides that span breadth of topics and courses offered by Humber’s Business School. Some guides are for general research on a broader topic such as international marketing, and others apply to specific courses.
I created this website to fulfil the requirements of my INF2115 Data Librarianship course at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Information. This website came out of the final assignment in the course which was to curate a variety of statistical and data sources on a particular topic for a researcher working a the University of Toronto. In my case the researcher was fictitious, but the ethnicity and crime topic I curated is a common request.
HST 325 – History of Science and Technology I
I created this course guide as a component of my INF1310 course – Introduction to Reference at the University of Toronto, Faculty of Information. It is fairly common now in academic libraries for librarians to create course research guides that help students succeed. For this project I was allowed to use the popular LibGuides software, but I opted to build the site from a no frills template that allowed me to demonstrate my knowledge of html, and to improve my Adobe Photoshop skills.