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What is SPARK?

Last Updated: Jan 20, 2017  |  2691 Views

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SPARK stands for Short Practical Academic Research Knowledge. These sessions provide faculty and staff the opportunity to learn about scholarly research and library resources. SPARK sessions are offered in a variety of delivery options to fit your busy schedule:

Face-to-face workshops - offered throughout the academic year during college events as well as through workshops scheduled through PD tracking.

Self-directed e-learning modules - provided for those who cannot attend face-to-face workshops, and also for those who wish to keep up-to-date with changes in this developing field.

Copyright and Citation


Technology and Teaching

Research and Resources

One-on-one sessions with a librarian – book some time to meet with a librarian to learn about all the information covered in the face-to-face and online sessions. Contact to book a meeting.

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