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-__false__\\+====== Library Technician Programs in Canada ====== 
 + 
 +by Jean Weihs\\ 
 + 
 +Some of the data is incomplete. Dates in parentheses following a personal name indicate that information about the person was found associated with that date. Please send any corrections or additional data to Jean Weihs ([[jean.weihs@rogers.com|jean.weihs@rogers.com]])\\ 
 + 
 +The information below is listed by province and includes date of establishment (and date of closing, if applicable);​ special aspects; method of program delivery, names and dates of heads of programs (titles vary: director, coordinator,​ program head, program chair, etc.)\\ 
 + 
 +===== Alberta ===== 
 + 
 +==== MacEwan University ==== 
 + 
 +Edmonton (originally Grant MacEwan Community College, then Grant MacEwen College).\\ 
 +URL: [[http://​www.gmcc.ab.ca|www.gmcc.ab.ca]]\\ 
 + 
 +|Opened 1971 |Day program with some onsite WebCT components | 
 +|1971-1972 |S. Subbarao | 
 +|1972-1975 |Marilyn Neuman | 
 +|1975-1981 |Ann Curry | 
 +|1981-2010 |Tony Fell | 
 +|2010– |Norene James | 
 + 
 +==== Southern Alberta Institute of Technology ==== 
 + 
 +Calgary (program originally provided by Mount Royal College, Calgary, sometime before 1973). URL: [[http://​www.sait.ab.ca|www.sait.ab.ca]]\\ 
 + 
 +|Opened 1967 |Day program; evening courses suspended; first distance education course 1979; expect that by 2006 all courses will also be available by Internet access. | 
 +|1967-1973 |Martin Foss | 
 +|1973-1975 |Bill Manson | 
 +|1975-1986 |Gary MacDonald | 
 +|1987-1990 |Margaret Anderson | 
 +|1991-1995 |Mike Parkinson (Program Supervisor) | 
 +|1996-2003 |Mike Parkinson (Team Leader) | 
 +|2000-2002 |Willem Sijpheer (Coordinator) | 
 +|2004-2011 2011- |Mike Parkinson (Coordinator) Sandra Lee | 
 + 
 +===== British Columbia ===== 
 + 
 +==== Langara College ==== 
 + 
 +(formerly Vancouver City College and Vancouver Community College; name changed to Langara College in 1994) URL: [[http://​www.langara.bc.ca|www.langara.bc.ca]]\\ 
 + 
 +|Opened 1966 |One-year certificate program until 1971; two-year diploma program 1971- . Day program: full program; classroom and on-line options available. | 
 +|1966-1969 |Marjorie Sing | 
 +|1969-1974 |Virginia Chisholm | 
 +|1974-1988 |Joan Anastasiou | 
 +|1988-1991 |Marilyn Ming | 
 +|1991-1995 |Ann Calla | 
 +|1995-1996 |Ann Calla and Guy Robertson | 
 +|1996-1998 |Ann Calla | 
 +|1998-2005 |Jacqueline Bradshaw | 
 +|2005-2011 |Carol Elder | 
 +|2011- |Susan Burdak | 
 + 
 +==== University of the Fraser Valley ==== 
 + 
 +Abbotsford (originally Fraser Valley College to 1991)\\ 
 +URL: [[http://​www.ucfv.bc.ca|www.ucfv.ca]]/​libtech\\ 
 + 
 +|Opened 1980 |One-year program with option to take second year at Langara College 1980-1982; two-year program 1982- . 3 optional streams: Library, Records Management, Information Technology. Day program; a few courses offered both day and online. Full program online option in collaboration with Langara College. | 
 +|1980-1996 |Pat Sifton | 
 +|1996-1997 |Kim Isaac | 
 +|1997-1998 |Tim Atkinson | 
 +|1998-1999 |Kim Issac | 
 +|1999-2002 |Tim Atkinson | 
 +|2002-2006 |Jan Lashbrook Green | 
 +|2007- |Christina Neigel | 
 + 
 +===== Manitoba ===== 
 + 
 +==== Red River Community College ==== 
 + 
 +Winnipeg (originally Manitoba Institute of Technology, 1962-1967; Manitoba Institute of Applied Arts, 1968-1969; Red River Community College, 1970- .\\ 
 +URL: [[http://​www.rrc.mb.ca|www.rrc.mb.ca]]/​Catalogue?​ProgramInfo.aspx?​ProgCode=LIBIF-DP&​RegionCode=WPG\\ 
 + 
 +|Opened 1962 |one-year Library Assistant program, 1962-1969; one-year Library Technician program, 1978-1993; two-year program, September 1993- . Day and distance education. Student intake in odd-numbered years coordinated with intake at Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology where intake in even-numbered years. (Library Training Certificate is also available on completion of seven courses.) | 
 +|1962-1969 |Gertrude Perrin | 
 +|1969-1973 |Michael Angel | 
 +|1973-1974 |Jane Davidson | 
 +|1974-1978 |Judi Dowall; 1977-1978 Linda Coupal | 
 +|1978-1981 |Nancy Bridges; Paul Nielson | 
 +|1982-1989 |Margaret Ann Fowler; 1981-1985 Ganga Dakshinamirta;​ 1987-88 Bonita Cobb | 
 +|1989-1990 |Diana Guinn; Tamara Opar | 
 +|1991-1993 |Paula Noyes (1991-Position of coordinator discontinued);​ Tamara Opar | 
 +|1990-2007 |Instructor:​ Jo Ann Brewster; 1990- Paula Noyes | 
 +|1993-2005 2005- 2007-2010 2010- |Instructor:​ Patricia Routledge Instructor: Brian Rountree Instructor: Sherri Volkey Instructor: Tabitha Ann Nordby | 
 + 
 +===== Nova Scotia ===== 
 + 
 +==== Nova Scotia Community College ==== 
 + 
 +Halifax (program originally at the Kingstec Community College in Kentville (1985-1992);​ additional program at NSCC (1992-1993);​ in 1994 Kingstec became part of NSCC as the Kingstec Campus; Kingstec program moved to Halifax and amalgamated with NSCC program in 2001). Since 2004 Memorial University in Saint John'​s,​ Newfoundland,​ has had a Memorandum of Agreement with NSCC that allows Memorial students to get certain credits transferred to NSCC for credit towards a diploma. URL: [[http://​www.nscc.ns.ca|www.nscc.ns.ca]]\\ 
 + 
 +|Opened 1985 |Day program and distance education, Internet | 
 +|1985-1996 |Laura Draper (Kingstec) | 
 +|1992-1998 |Carol Compton-Smith (NSCC) | 
 +|1996-2001 |Harvey Ratchford (Kingstec) | 
 +|1998-2001 |Marlene Mortimore (NSCC) | 
 +|2001-2004 |Marlene Mortimore and Harvey Ratchford | 
 +|2004- |Harvey Ratchford, Joanne Doucet, and Joanne Hodder | 
 + 
 +===== Ontario ===== 
 + 
 +==== Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology ==== 
 + 
 +Ottawa. URL: [[http://​www.algonquincollege.com|www.algonquincollege.com]]\\ 
 +Originally opened 1967, discontinued 1968, reopened 1970; bilingual program until 1989 when French-language program transferred to La Cité. Day and continuing education\\ 
 + 
 +|1967-1968 |Jim Feeley | 
 +|1970-1971 |Maureen McCormack Brown | 
 +|1971-1980 |Peggy Scott White (English Section) | 
 +|1980-1986 |Jean Painter | 
 +|1986-1987 |Annette Bouvier | 
 +|1987-1998 |Jean Painter | 
 +|1998-2006 |Janet Jacobsen | 
 +|2006 2009 2009- |Mac Nason Helena Merriam | 
 +|1971-1989 |André Houde (French Section called Bibliothèquenique) | 
 + 
 +==== Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology ==== 
 + 
 +Sudbury\\ 
 +Opened 1967, closed 1980; final graduation 1982. Courses offered through continuing education to mid-1970s, then one course offered in day program in addition to continuing education (information incomplete)\\ 
 + 
 +|1967-1968 |K. V. Perry | 
 +|1968-1970 |Ruby Lee Collins | 
 +|1970-1972 |Maryanne Buchowski | 
 +|1972-1973 |George Tompkins | 
 +|1973-1974 |Maryanne Buchowski | 
 +|1974-1977 |Dick Pentney | 
 +|1978-1982 |Adolphe Amadi | 
 + 
 +=== La Cité collègiale === 
 + 
 +Ottawa\\ 
 +Opened 1989 (transferred from Algonquin CAAT), closed 1999; French language program; day, evening\\ 
 + 
 +|1989-1991 |Andre Houde | 
 +|1991-1999 |Joanne Cournoyer | 
 + 
 +==== Durham College ==== 
 + 
 +Oshawa\\ 
 + 
 +Opened 2013; daytime only.\\ 
 + 
 +URL [[http://​www.durh|http://​www.durh]]amcollege.ca/​programs/​library-and-information-technician\\ 
 + 
 +|2013- |Susan Pratt | 
 + 
 +==== Fanshawe College of Applied Arts and Technology ==== 
 + 
 +London\\ 
 +Opened 1970, closed 2000; last enrolment 1998. Closed because college did not support programs with small enrolments that needed technological upgrades. Day and occasional evening and correspondence courses.\\ 
 + 
 +|1970-1977 |Clifford Weaver | 
 +|1977-1993 |Shirley Edgar | 
 +|1994-2000 |Marie Wiley | 
 + 
 +==== Georgian College of Applied Arts and Technology ==== 
 + 
 +Barrie\\ 
 +Opened 1983, closed 1999. Part-time evening and Saturdays. Managed by a group of three – a Part time Studies Manager, an advisory committee chairperson,​ and the Learning Resource Centre Library Director.\\ 
 + 
 +|  |**Part time Studies Program Managers:​** ​  | 
 +|1983-1984 |Laurie Jones | 
 +|1984-1987 |Lynne Stevenson | 
 +|1988-1994 |Janet Arnett | 
 +|1994-1996 |Lesley Gordon | 
 +|1997-1998 |Carol Greenwood | 
 +|1998-1999 |Rosemary Gardner | 
 +|  |**Advisory Chairs:​** ​  | 
 +|1984?-1993 |Janet Isles | 
 +|1993-1994 |Dianne Auguston | 
 +|1994-1998 |Katherine Wallis | 
 +|1998-1999 |Joanne Comper | 
 +|  |**Learning Resource Centre Directors:​** ​  | 
 +|1984-1989 |Phil Hull | 
 +|1990-1996 |Michele Beaudoin | 
 +|1997-1999 |Jennifer Varcoe | 
 + 
 +==== Lakehead University ==== 
 + 
 +Thunder Bay\\ 
 +Opened 1966, closed 2002. B.A. program in Library and Information Studies 1988-1990 (four students allowed to continue and graduate 1991).\\ 
 + 
 +|1966-1972 |Dan Sudar | 
 +|1972-1986 |Fred McIntosh | 
 +|1986-1987 |Leonora Aedy | 
 +|1987-2002 |Margaret McLean | 
 + 
 +==== Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology ==== 
 + 
 +Hamilton\\ 
 +Opened 1975; extension program only; gradual move to Internet-delivered program begun in 1994; in-class courses ended 1999; Internet-delivered only program.\\ 
 +URL :​htt:<​nowiki>//</​nowiki>​disted[[http://​www.mohawkc.on.ca|.mohawkcollege.ca/​library]]\\ 
 + 
 +|1975-1982 |Wendy (Moriarity) Newman | 
 +|1982-1983 |Harry Campbell | 
 +|1983-2000 |Lois Wall | 
 +|2000- |Dolores Harms Penner | 
 + 
 +==== Niagara College of Applied Arts and Technology ==== 
 + 
 +Welland\\ 
 +Opened 1967, closed 1988; information about the program unavailable\\ 
 + 
 +|1967-1988 |Robert Bowman | 
 + 
 +==== Ryerson Polytechnical Institute ==== 
 + 
 +Toronto\\ 
 +Opened 1967, closed 1983 when Ryerson became a university (students given five years to complete their studies through continuing education). Two-year program; day and part-time; one year special fast track for those with a BA option\\ 
 + 
 +|1967-1973 |Muriel Morgan | 
 +|1974-1980 |Dean Tudor | 
 +|1980-1983 |Ian Dutton | 
 + 
 +==== St. Clair College of Applied Arts and Technology ==== 
 + 
 +Windsor\\ 
 +Opened 1967; 1967-1969 one-year programme; 1969-1976 two-year program; closed 1976\\ 
 + 
 +|1967-1974 |Eleanor Haddow | 
 +|1974-1976 |Dev Bala Tuti | 
 + 
 +==== Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology ==== 
 + 
 +Toronto\\ 
 +Opened 1967; two-year program; day and continuing education; accelerated day program option.\\ 
 +URL: [[http://​www.senecac.on.ca|www.senecac.on.ca]]\\ 
 + 
 +|1967-1968 |Alexis Jamieson | 
 +|1968-1986 |Jean Weihs | 
 +|1986-2003 |Frances Davidson-Arnott | 
 +|2003- |Deborah Kay | 
 + 
 +==== Sheridan College of Applied Arts and Technology ==== 
 + 
 +Oakville\\ 
 +Opened 1970, day and continuing education; Health Science option 1974-1981; Information Technology Certificate (continuing education) 1985-1992; Mississauga Library Skills certificate 1986-1988; Online Distance Education 1996-2000; program closed 2000\\ 
 + 
 +|1970-1974 |Hal Mowat | 
 +|1974-1983 |Geraldine Hughes | 
 +|1983-2000 |Marion Wilburn | 
 + 
 +===== Quebec ===== 
 + 
 +==== Cégep de Jonquière ==== 
 + 
 +Jonquière\\ 
 +Opened 1966; ceased admissions 2003, program closed 2005.\\ 
 + 
 +|1966-1971 |Léonard Nadeau | 
 +|1971-1977 |Roland Aubut | 
 +|1977-1980 |Bernard Charbonneau | 
 +|1980-1983 |Louise Gagnon-Arguin | 
 +|1983-1985 |Guy Mongrain | 
 +|1985-1988 |Roland Aubut | 
 +|1988-1991 |Guy Mongrain | 
 +|1991-1994 |Louise Lapointe | 
 +|1994-1996 |Guy Mongrain | 
 +|1996-1998 |Suzanne Bourgault | 
 +|1998-1999 |Guy Mongrain | 
 +|1999-2001 |Francine Chagnon | 
 +|2001-2003 |Suzanne Bourgault | 
 +|2003-2005 |Louise Lapointe | 
 + 
 +==== Cégep de l'​Abitibi-Témiscamingue ==== 
 + 
 +Rouyn (name originally Collège du Nord-Ouest)\\ 
 +Opened 1966; closed ?; Information incomplete\\ 
 + 
 +|1966-1985? |Fleurette Cotnoir | 
 +|1986-1987 |Louise Lanouette | 
 +|1988-1995? |Françoise Gagnon | 
 + 
 +==== Cégep de l'​Outaouais ==== 
 + 
 +Hull\\ 
 +Opened 1969; information incomplete.\\ 
 +URL: [[http://​www.coll-outao.qc.ca|www.cegepoutaouais.qc.ca]]\\ 
 + 
 +|1969-? |Louise Blanchet | 
 +|1974-? |Roger Corneau | 
 +|1986-1987 |Danielle Thibault | 
 +|1988-1990 |Marthe Francoer | 
 +|1992-1993 |Roger Corneau | 
 +|1994-1995 |Isabelle Lesage | 
 +|1995-1999 |Roger Corneau | 
 +|2003- 2005 2005-2007 2007-2011 2011- |Danielle Thibault Clarisse Bélanger-Gill Sylvie C. Morin Lucie Pagé | 
 + 
 +==== Cégep de Maisonneuve ==== 
 + 
 +Montreal\\ 
 +Opened 1968; day program; evening courses discontinued 2001. Information incomplete.\\ 
 +URL: [[http://​www.cmaisonneuve.qc.ca|www.tdo.cmaisonneuve.qc.ca]]\\ 
 + 
 +|1968-? |Michel St. Pierre | 
 +|1986-1987 |Ginette Allard | 
 +|1988-1989 |Michel St. Pierre | 
 +|1990-1995 |Ginette Allard | 
 +|1996-1997 |Pierre Manseau & Michel Saint-Pierre | 
 +|1997-2000 |Katy Simard | 
 +|1999- 2003 2003-2007 2007-2010 2010- |Nicole René Ginette Allard Guy Champagne Luce Anne Courchesne | 
 + 
 +==== Cégep de Trois-Rivières ==== 
 + 
 +Trois-Rivières\\ 
 +Opened 1968.\\ 
 +URL: [[http://​www.cegeptr.qc.ca|www.cegeptr.qc.ca]]\\ 
 + 
 +|1968-1983 |Roland Girard | 
 +|1983-1990 |Clémence Vaudrin | 
 +|1990-1993 |Yves Ducasse | 
 +|1993-1994 |Denise Blanchard | 
 +|1994-1995 |Nicole Malo | 
 +|1995-2000 |André Thibault | 
 +|2000-2001 |Richard Loranger | 
 +|2001-2005 |Clémence Vaudrin | 
 + 
 +==== Cégep François-Xavier-Garneau ==== 
 + 
 +Quebec\\ 
 +Opened 1971.\\ 
 +URL: [[http://​www.cegep-fxg.qc.ca|www.cegep-fxg.qc.ca]]\\ 
 + 
 +|1971-1973 |Renée Girard | 
 +|1973-1974 |Louise Savard | 
 +|1974-1977 |Robert Chiasson | 
 +|1977-1978 |Nebel Gernot and Louise Savard | 
 +|1978-1979 |Denis Boily and Lise Roy | 
 +|1979-1980 |Lise Roy | 
 +|1980-1982 |Louise Savard | 
 +|1982-1984 |Robert Chiasson | 
 +|1984-1985 |Lise Roy | 
 +|1986-1987 |Nebel Gernot and Denis Boily | 
 +|1987-1989 |Lise Roy | 
 +|1989-1991 |Robert Chiasson | 
 +|1991-1994 |Lise Roy | 
 +|1994-1998 |Dominique Trottier | 
 +|1998-2002 |Lise Roy | 
 +|2002-2003 |Julie Gauthier | 
 +|2003-2004 2006-2009 2009- |Aline Néron Mario Groupil Dominique Trottier | 
 + 
 +==== Cégep Lionel-Groulx ==== 
 + 
 +Terrebonne\\ 
 +Opened 1969; Information incomplete.\\ 
 +URL: [[http://​www.clg.qc.ca|www.clg.qc.ca]]\\ 
 + 
 +|1969-? |Françoise Jobin-Brulé | 
 +|1985-1987 |Jacques Paradis | 
 +|1989-1990 |Lise Calvé | 
 +|1992-1996 |Danielle Daoust | 
 +|1998-2000 |Jacques Paradis | 
 +|2001- |Jean-Pierre Chabot | 
 + 
 +==== Champlain Regional College ==== 
 + 
 +Lennoxville\\ 
 +Opened 1972; closed 1977; English-language program\\ 
 + 
 +|1972-1977 |Gregory Rickerby | 
 + 
 +==== Concordia University ==== 
 + 
 +Montreal (originally Loyola College and Sir George Williams University)\\ 
 +Opened 1971; admission to the program was suspended January 1, 1997; students were given five years to complete their requirements. Reduced provincial government funding caused Concordia to close small programs.\\ 
 + 
 +|1971-1976 |Melba Wilson | 
 +|1976-1986 |Ann Galler | 
 +|1986-1989 |Joanne Locke | 
 +|1989-1998 |Marlene Giguère | 
 + 
 +==== John Abbott College ==== 
 + 
 +Ste. Anne de Bellevue\\ 
 +Opened 1972; English-language three-year program; two-year option for students with college diplomas or university degrees\\ 
 +URL: [[http://​www.johnabbott.qc.ca|www.johnabbott.qc.ca]]\\ 
 + 
 +|1972 (2 weeks) |Karen Gay | 
 +|1972-1999 |Rabab Naqvi | 
 +|2000 - |Christine Jacobs | 
 + 
 +===== Saskatchewan ===== 
 + 
 +==== Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology ==== 
 + 
 +Kelsey Campus, Saskatoon (previous names: Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences (1968-1974);​ Kelsey Institute of Applied Arts and Sciences (1974-1988);​ Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (1988-1992);​ Kelsey Institute, Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (1992-1997).\\ 
 +URL: [[http://​www.siast.sk.ca|www.siast.sk.ca]]\\ 
 +Opened 1969; one-year programme 1969-1994; two-year program 1994- . Day, continuing education, distance education, Internet. Bridging Program offered 1994-1999 for one-year graduates to update to diploma.\\ 
 + 
 +|1969-1975 |Barbara Zimmer | 
 +|1975-1984 |Alice Hegel | 
 +|1984- |Marjorie Kennedy | 
 + 
 +\\
  
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