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Geospacial Pan Inuit Trail Atlas and Database

 (written by Lisa Sobieniak) A new digital atlas is available for students and researchers of the Arctic. The Atlas provides a view of Inuit mobility and occupancy of Arctic waters, coasts and lands, including its icescapes, as documented in written … Continue reading

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Connecting Communities: Collaborating, Creating and Communicating

 (written by Lisa Sobieniak) 25th Polar Libraries Colloquy, June 30-July 3, 2014 Cambridge, UK This year’s Colloquy in Cambridge was highly anticipated with over 40 librarians from ten different countries in attendance. The Scott Polar Research Institute and British Antarctic … Continue reading

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25th Polar Libraries Colloquy

 (written by Lisa Sobieniak) What do you have in common with polar librarians around the world? Plenty, as I found out spending the week at the Polar Library Colloquy in Cambridge England this summer. The major themes being central to all … Continue reading

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