Elysia Guzik
Elysia Guzik
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Representing Ourselves in Information Science Research: A Methodological Essay on Autoethnography/La représentation de nous-mêmes dans la recherche en sciences de l'information …
E Guzik
Canadian Journal of Information and Library Science 37 (4), 267-283, 2013
392013
Mindfulness meditation in the classroom
J Hartel, AT Nguyen, E Guzik
Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 58 (2), 112-115, 2017
242017
Information Sharing as Embodied Practice in a Context of Conversion to Islam
E Guzik
Library Trends 66 (3), 351-370, 2018
102018
“Closer to God”: Meanings of Reading in Recent Conversion Narratives within Christianity and Islam
I Vamanu, E Guzik
Journal of Religious & Theological Information 14 (3-4), 63-78, 2015
82015
The Search for Meaning: Information Seeking and Religious Conversion
E Guzik
Advances in the Study of Information and Religion 3 (1), 5, 2013
52013
Multimedia Approaches to Learning the Foundations of Library and Information Science
E Guzik, B Griffin, J Hartel
Journal of Education for Library and Information Science 61 (1), 126-154, 2020
42020
Informing Identities: Religious Conversion Experiences of Muslims in the Toronto Area
E Guzik
University of Toronto (Canada), 2017
32017
Drawing religious information experiences across time: Timelines as a graphic elicitation method
E Guzik
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of CAIS/Actes du congrès annuel de l'ACSI, 2014
12014
Review of The Self as Subject: Autoethnographic Research into Identity, Culture, and Academic Librarianship
E Guzik
Journal of Critical Library and Information Studies 3, 2021
2021
Reflections on Learning with Michel Desjardins
M Sharify-Funk, E Guzik
Religious Studies and Theology 38 (1-2), 172-186, 2019
2019
A Quilted Offering: Essays on Teaching and Learning Religion in Honour of Michel Desjardins
K Derry, E Guzik
Religious Studies and Theology 38 (1/2), 1-11, 2019
2019
Information sharing as embodied practice
E Guzik
Proceedings of the Annual Conference of CAIS/Actes du congrès annuel de l'ACSI, 2018
2018
Catholicism to Nationalism: Defining the Culture of Québec After the Quiet Revolution
E Guzik
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