Brown Bag Lunch: Dr. David Michels, Dalhousie School of Law & Sir James Dunn Law Library

When: November 28, 12:30-1:30 pm
Where: SIM Board Room

Findability – A New Academic Challenge

Good research makes an impact. New technologies offer academics exciting possibilities for online publishing, data sharing, and research dissemination. However, the blizzard of digital tools and resources can be overwhelming. Librarians are skilled information managers and navigators; we know how to find information and how to improve its findability. I will share how our librarians are helping faculty and graduates to make their research findable through search engine optimization, digital archiving, online portfolio development, and social media. Finders know findability.

About the speaker: Dr. David Michels

Dr. David H. Michels has been a member of the School of Law since 2000. He is the Public Services Librarian for the Sir James Dunn Law Library where he provides legal reference and research support to the Dalhousie community. He is an Instructor of Legal Research at the Law School and is a lecturer in the School of Information Management. David is also a Research Associate with the national Religion and Diversity Project and publishes on Religion, Law, and Information Behaviour.