Danielle Cooper will present on the “User Access: Research & Innovation” panel at the Annual Conference of the Association of Canadian Archivists on June 3 in Montreal. Cooper will share information about the Research Support Services project on religious studies that she is currently coordinating.

Speaking on “Understanding Archives Users: Research-driven Approaches to Innovation,” Cooper will describe the methodological design of and initial findings from Ithaka S+R’s religious studies project in order to share how qualitative research can be designed accessibly and effectively towards understanding and innovating the services that archives provide. The project brings together information professionals from a group of academic institutions who are being trained to conduct their own qualitative research on the evolving research support needs of religious studies scholars at their own institutions.

User Access: Research & Innovation
Association of Canadian Archivists Annual Conference
June 3, 2016 at 4:00 pm
Montreal, Quebec