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Library ServicesOther Titles: Subject Librarian
Office: LIB 246
Courses & Teaching
Subject Librarian for: Biochemistry, Chemistry, Earth & Environmental Science, Physical Geography, and Social Work. Currently covering for Nursing until July 2021.
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MLIS University of Alberta, 2013
BA University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus, 2011
Selected Publications & Presentations
Lacey, S., & Lomness, A. (2020). Better together: Assessing a leisure reading collection for an academic and public library partnership. Journal of Academic Librarianship, 46(1), 102023. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acalib.2019.03.011
Janyk, R., & Lomness, A. (2020). Primary Rights and the Inequalities of E-Book Access. In The Time Has Come… to Talk of Many Things. Proceedings of the Charleston Library Conference, 2019 (pp. 132-139). doi: 10.5703/1288284317156
Armstrong, S. D., George, E., Lomness, A., & Taylor, S. J. (2017). We’re on a roll: Transforming e-book acquisitions in a shifting budget landscape. In Roll With the Times, or the Times Will Roll Over You. Charleston Conference Proceedings, 2016 (pp. 303-308). doi: 10.5703/1288284316462
Ishida, M., Lomness, A., Taylor, S., & Vis-Dunbar, M. (2017). Science Literacy Week: Building partnerships through a passion for discovery. In Dorothy Barr (Ed.), Blurring the Edges: The Osmosis of Ideas, Proceedings of the 43rd IAMSLIC Conference. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/1912/10312
Lomness, A. (2016). Going local: Creating unique and special collections in an academic library. In B. R. Bernhardt, L. H. Hinds, & K. P. Strauch (Eds.), Where Do We Go From Here? Charleston Conference Proceedings, 2015 (pp. 188-193). West Lafayette: Purdue University Press. doi: 10.5703/1288284316253
Berringer, H., Gattrell, J., & Lomness, A. (2015). Special collections at the University of British Columbia’s Okanagan campus library: Expanding our community’s access to local history. In Okanagan History: The Seventy-Ninth Report of the Okanagan Historical Society (pp. 106-113). Kelowna, BC: Okanagan Historical Society.
Arielle is currently responsible for coordinating the Library’s collections activities, including:
> acquisitions of new content
> maintenance of the existing collection