Helen Brown

Publications & presentations:

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Brown, H., Malek, C. (2023). Rising Sea Levels and Vanished Streams in Vancouver: Teaching Climate Change and Land Use Planning Using Historical and Current Resources. IAMSLIC Conference (Virtual).

Brown, H., Taylor, S., Vis-Dunbar, M. (2023). IAMSLIC Conferences in Changing Times. IAMSLIC Conference (Virtual).

Taylor, S., Vis-Dunbar, M., Brown, H. (2022). UBC Library #ClimateAction Team: What One Academic Library is Doing About Climate Change. IAMSLIC Conference (Virtual).

Brown, H. Nathan, L. (2022). Talking About the Climate Crisis. [Facilitated discussion]. BC Library Conference.

Brown, H. Nathan, L. Waddell, D., Marshall D., Wilson, J. (2022). Collaborate on BC-Wide Climate Emergency Initiatives. [Facilitated discussion]. BC Library Conference.

Brown, H. (2021). Climate Crisis, Libraries, and Evidence-Based Decision Making. Canadian Health Libraries Association Conference. Winnpeg, MB (Virtual).

Brown, H., Melanson, J. (2021). Civic Engagement, Libraries, and Climate Change. BC Library Association Conference 2021. BC (Virtual).

Brown, H., Thornberry, E. "The Science." in slippages [website] by Kevin Madill et al. [showcasing graphic score by Deborah Caruthers and additional information on glacial recession]. University of British Columbia. 2020.

Brown, H., Taylor, S., Richardson, A., Boudinot, D., Nathan, L. (2020). Navigating the Climate Crisis: Creating Hope in a Time of Uncertainty. BC Library Conference 2020: Libraries, Democracy, and Action / Summer Conference. Vancouver, BC.  

Brown, H. "Searching the Dental Literature." In Critical Thinking by Donald Brunette. Quintessence. 2020.

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