Yvonne Phillips, MLIS
Yvonne joined RDC Library in 2008; previously, she was a part-time Librarian at MacEwan University. She became interested in library and information studies after related work experiences at both a city archives and the Saskatchewan Hansard. Yvonne is the Librarian for the School of Creative Arts, the School of Trades & Technologies, and the Donald School of Business. This mix suits her fine, as she likes to know a little bit about everything and has always been a fan of adventurous PD travel and activities.
- Master of Library & Information Studies, University of Alberta
- Bachelor of Arts (concentrations in English & Human Geography), University College of the Cariboo (now Thompson Rivers University)
Phillips, Y. (2019, March 11 & 12). MLIS perspective. What’s next?: Life after the Bachelor of Arts or Science degree [Presentation]. Red Deer College, Red Deer, AB.
Phillips, Y. (2018, January 24). I’m never doing that again . . . Or, the ins and outs of conference presentations [Presentation]. Research Common, Red Deer College, Red Deer, AB.
Phillips, Y. (2017, April 20-23). Creativity, collaboration & coffee [Conference presentation]. Alberta Association of Library Technicians Conference, Banff, AB.
Phillips, Y. (2015, October 22). UK conference on user experiences in the library [Presentation]. Red Deer College, Red Deer, AB.
Phillips, Y. (2016, June 8-10). Setback? Exploring failure and resilience in the library [Conference presentation]. Library Instruction West, Salt Lake City, UT.
Phillips, Y. (2017, October 6). Information literacy at RDC [Presentation]. Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools Professional Development Day, Red Deer, AB.
Professional and/or RDC Leadership
- 2020-2022 Curriculum Committee member
- 2020-2021 Faculty Association of RDC Executive – Member at Large
- 2020-2022 Faculty PD Supercluster Representative