Justin's librarian philosophy is rooted in relational practices and building communities and connections, doing good work by modelling collegial and hard-working practices, a commitment to lifelong learning, and supporting others in the field of librarianship and beyond.
To read his full librarian philosophy, please see here.
Justin is a General Librarian in the Arts & Humanities Division. He is the liaison librarian for Catholic Studies, Peace & Conflict Studies, and Religion. He graduated with his MLIS from the University of Alberta in 2019. Previously he graduated with his Library & Information Technology diploma in 2013 from Red River College.
His research interests include exploring relational practices and building community in academic libraries, specifically relational-cultural theory in academic library discourse. You can read his reflection on connection at ACRLog. He’s also examining researcher profiles and persistent identifiers at the University of Manitoba.