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12018-01-18T11:09:36+00:00About the Practicum Participants7plain2018-01-24T15:58:12+00:00Amy Scarlett (right), Archives Practicum participant, and Angélique Roy (left), Library Practicum participant, graduated from the University of Toronto’s Master of Information program in June 2017 and 2016 respectively. As part of their work at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, they have sought opportunities to design and implement public outreach initiatives to increase awareness and use of both archival and library collections. This project represents the culmination of their work in the Paul D. Fleck Library and Archives at Banff Centre.
Meet our Mentors
During their stay, Practicums are mentored in specific areas of interest related to librarianship and archival studies. Participants also receive an overview of activities related to the Library, Archives and Records Management practices . Mark Black (left) is the Manager of the Paul D. Fleck Library and Archives and was Angélique's mentor during her time in the Library. John Yolkowski is the Archivist and mentored Amy in her various archival projects.