“I looked at the way that Winnipeg artists gather and encounter information and found that artists and scientists have more overlap than many people would guess.
“I never knew what the standards were, and now I understand more what needs to be done. I can take my knowledge and apply it to our collections and make sure we’re doing what we need to be doing.”
Kate Dillon had a dream: to be a full-time MLIS student.
Alum Martin Kelly’s expertise in digital images and metadata made moving into a leadership role in digital collections a natural career progression.
Being active in a SLIS student group led student Lauren Reid to the job she started in May, managing digital assets for a high-tech company.