Author Archives: Jenna Mlynaryk

About Jenna Mlynaryk

TALint (Toronto Academic Libraries Intern) at the OISE Library | Master of Information (LIS), 2020 | University of Toronto

Indigenous Histories

This October, our Ground Floor Display celebrates Indigenous Histories. Describing the events, experiences and heritage of Indigenous Peoples in Canada, this month’s collection includes narratives, biographies and creation stories from Indigenous authors, as well as resources on treaties and historic … Continue reading

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New OISE Web Exhibit: Canadian Public Figures on Tape

Calling all Canadian history buffs! This week the OISE Library is launching its first web exhibit, Canadian Public Figures on Tape. The online exhibit features ten audio interviews with famous Canadian politicians conducted in the early 1970s and published by … Continue reading

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From Our Historical Collections: Back to School in 1969

Have you ever wondered what it was like to go to school 50 years ago? Inspired by this recent time capsule recovery at a Vancouver elementary school, we browsed our 1969 textbooks to see what elementary school was like the … Continue reading

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Featured Activity Kit: Parachute

Ready for some fun under the sun? If your summer job is to keep kids moving, be sure to check out our very own parachute! Fun for kids of all ages, a parachute is a great tool for building motor … Continue reading

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Indigenous Futurisms

This month’s Indigenous display features works on Indigenous futurisms. This genre, explored through a variety of mediums including literature, art, film, and music, expresses Indigenous identity by exploring possible or potential futures for Indigenous peoples. Though many works of Indigenous … Continue reading

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