Registration is now open!

Registration for our 13th annual IWB conference is now open! Our topic for 2019 is Information Accessibility. Tickets are available through EventBrite here. The conference takes place on February 12th at the McInnes Room on Dalhousie Campus. General tickets are on sale until February 12th, and student tickets are on sale…

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Presenting Mike Bardsley

The 2018 IWB Committee is happy to announce that Mike Bardsley will be presenting at this year's conference! Mike thrives on helping Revolve’s clients surpass their own expectations of what their brand can be. His experience, intuition and passion for delivering world-class work has led to success story after success…

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Introducing Janice Cruddas!

As writer and director of the project ARC (Action, Responsibility, Choice) theatre tour, Janice has been working to bring information about human rights and responsibilities to Nova Scotia schools since March, 2012. Through her work with project ARC, she and her cast have received numerous honours, including a Nova Scotia…

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Announcing Katie Toth

The IWB 2018 executive is happy to announce that Katie Toth will be presenting at our conference! Katie Toth is a freelance reporter whose work has appeared in NPR, the Village Voice, VICE and the Coast. She is currently a Journalism 1001 Tutor at the University of King's College.

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Presenting Dr. Jason Grek Martin

The 2018 IWB committee is happy to announce that Dr. Jason Grek Martin will be speaking at the conference!   Jason Grek Martin, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Geography & Environmental Studies, Saint Mary’s University. I am a cultural and historical geographer and my research analyzes the rich and multi-faceted concept…

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Announcing Jennifer Grek Martin

The 2018 IWB executive is excited to announce that Jennifer Grek Martin will be a speaker at our conference this year. Jennifer Grek Martin is a Lecturer at the School of Information Management at Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada and is pursuing an Interdisciplinary PhD on how people use fantasy…

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Introducing Rebecca Ansems!

We are pleased to announce that Rebecca Ansems will be speaking at our event this year! Rebecca is a fourth year Bachelor of Computer Science student at Dalhousie University, and is the current president of Dalhousie's Women in Technology Society and Vice President Internal of Dalhousie's Computer Science Society. Through…

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Presenting Tami Oliphant

The Information Without Borders Conference committee is thrilled to announce Tami Oliphant as a keynote speaker for the 2018 conference. Tami Oliphant is an assistant professor at the School of Library and Information Studies at the University of Alberta. Her teaching and research interests center upon interactions between people and data, information,…

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