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ontario
l ibrary
association

You Live,
You Learn.
You. Your Library. Your Community.

Super ConferenCe 2009
January 28 – 31, 2009
Metro Toronto Convention Centre

Major Corporate Sponsor

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More Research. More Citations. More Influence.

Cancer
Research

www.aacrjournals.org

April 15, 2008
Volume 68
Number 8
Pages 2551–3076

Breast CAFs and
TCFs Display
Neoplastic-

Specific Changes
Page 2717

DICER Required
to Maintain

Hypermethylation
in Cancer Cells

Page 2570

BRCA1-Mutated
Ovarian Carcinomas

and Platinum
Resistance
Page 2581

Clinical
Cancer
Research

www.aacrjournals.org

April 1, 2008
Volume 14
Number 7
Pages 1923–2248

The Journal of Clinical and Translational Research

Pharmacological
Study of a
Multi-Target
RTK Inhibitor

Page 2075

Lupeol Induces
Melanoma Cell
Apoptosis
Page 2119

Curcumin
Sensitizes

Colorectal Cancer
to Radiation
Page 2128

Pericardial
Metastasis
of Breast

Carcinoma
Page 1938

April 2008
Volume 17
Number 4
Pages 745–1020
ISSN 1055–9965

www.aacrjournals.org

Cancer Epidemiology
Biomarkers& Prevention
Cancer Epidemiology

Biomarkers& Prevention

In collaboration with the

AACR Molecular
Epidemiology Group

and the

American Society of
Preventive Oncology

Differential CpG
Methylation
in TCF21
Page 995

Cancer Research – spanning the entire
field, the most frequently cited cancer
journal in the world.
Impact Factor 7.672

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and translational research bridging
the laboratory and the clinic.
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Cancer Epidemiology
Biomarkers & Prevention –
multidisciplinary research in populations.
Impact Factor 4.642

Molecular Cancer Therapeutics –
integrating targets, technologies,
and treatments.
Impact Factor 4.800

Molecular Cancer Research – covers the
molecular and cellular biology of cancer.
Impact Factor 4.317

Cancer Prevention Research –
devoted exclusively to cancer prevention,
from preclinical to clinical research.

Cancer Reviews Online – available
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e-journal offering review articles from
all five AACR journals.

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AACR’s
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Cancer Collection.

April 2008
Volume 7
Number 4
Pages 737–1000

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Liposome-
Encapsulated
Clodronate

Specifically Targets
Macrophages in
Tumor Spheroids

Page 788

Integrating Targets, Technologies, and Treatments

Molecular
Cancer
Therapeutics

Molecular Cancer Research
January 2008 • Volume 6 • Number 1 • Pages 1–174

A Journal of the
Molecular and
Cellular Biology
of Cancer

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Microenvironmental
Sequestration of VEGF
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frIDAY, JAnuArY 30, 2009
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rESOUrCES yOU CAN COUNT ON @ yOUr LIBrAry
Melissa poremba
oakville public Library

unfortunately, the role of school and public libraries in support-
ing mathematics education has long been underestimated
and therefore underutilized. In today’s data-driven world, it is
essential that young people understand that math doesn’t
appear just in text books. They are expected to go beyond rote
learning of facts and formulas and apply their knowledge in
real-life situations. Libraries are ideal places to support the
development of these essential numeracy skills. By re-examining
the fiction, non-fiction, picture book and reference collections,
parents, educators and library staff can demonstrate to students
that math is indeed everywhere. Add at trip to your library and
your skills will multiply!

STEP By STEP CONVErSION FrOM TrADITIONAL
WEBSITE TO DrUPAL CMS
Weina Wang and fangmin Wang
ryerson university Library. Toronto Health Libraries Association.

The Toronto Health Libraries Association (THLA) website is
undergoing revolutionary change from a static html website to
an open source: Drupal content management system (CMS).
The new social-enabled site allows multiple blogs, rSS feeds,
tagging, commenting, forum topics etc. Members can update
content and post news/announcements much more efficiently
and effectively than before. The steps involved in the project
are: installing and configuring, converting website theme to
drupal theme, choosing modules, customizing content types,
etc. This project is collaboration between two ryerson university
Librarians as part of their exploration of open source
CMS initiatives.

SUCCESS WITH rELUCTANT rEADErS
Shari nicholas and pat Lankveld
Waterloo region District School Board. Glenview park Secondary School

The display will demonstrate a reading program for reluctant
Grade 9 readers who are reading at Grade 2-4 level. orca
publishers was selected for their Soundings and Current books.
These meet the needs of students due to their high interest
and manageable vocabulary. A reading list and display board
titled “How Many Can You read?” was designed as a visual
and motivational tool to be used in the classroom. As students
finished reading a novel, they completed a book report, signed
the board beside the novel title, and placed a sticker beside
their name to display the total novels they have read. The
success of this program was immediate and shocking as
students enthusiastically read daily and finished novels. These
students are currently using the library more than they ever have
in their lifetime, actively selecting new novels to read. Students,
parents and teachers are proud and pleased with the reading
successes of our reluctant readers.

COMMUNITy DEVELOPMENT 2.0
Lisa Gayhart and Kae elgie
region of Waterloo Library

How does a library become 2.0? The region of Waterloo
Library is changing to meet new user needs, through online
training and the creation of new Web 2.0 based services. In
2008, rWL and its partner organization, the Social planning
Council of Cambridge and north Dumfries, received Library
Strategic Development funding to document the learning and
change process that happens when organizations try to imple-
ment a 2.0 approach. The joint project, called Community
Development 2.0, aims to educate library and community
organization staff on Web 2.0, and foster the creation of new
services that will provide customized and interactive assistance
to online users. Several libraries contacted rWL for more
information about the project when the LSDf grants were
announced in May. This poster session will describe the two
organizations’ progress, and challenges, to date.

yOrK UNIVErSITy – WEB 2.0 WOrKSHOPS
FOr LIBrAry STAFF
erin fields
York university. Scott Library

York university’s Web 2.0 Workshop was designed as a way
for university staff to learn about the new and innovative
technologies available to web users. The sessions focused on a
specific Web 2.0 application (e.g. Library Thing, Stumbleupon,
etc.) and required the participants to create their own accounts,
provide content, and discuss their ideas and opinions during
the sessions. The poster session will outline the creation of the
three workshop sessions on Web 2.0 technologies with a focus
on professional development for staff members of libraries.
An analysis of the objectives of the workshop, the structure, and
a survey completed by participants, will be used to guide the
session. The session will include a description of the workshop,
handouts from the instruction (including information related
to the blog), and a discussion of staff need for professional
development in a library context.

LIBrArIANS AS KNOWLEDGE TrANSFEr AGENTS
FOr IMPrOVED HEALTH OUTCOMES
Helen Lee robertson and Heather Ganshorn
university of Calgary

Librarians and other knowledge workers play an important role
in inter-professional practice, both as members of the health
care team and facilitators of knowledge transfer. Here we
summarize two examples of health libraries’ involvement in
inter-professional initiatives: the Health Information network –
a partnership between the university of Calgary, the Calgary
Health region and the Tom Baker Cancer Centre; and the
peAK project – a pilot project in which a knowledge broker at
the Calgary Health region acts as a conduit between a group
of long-term care providers and evidence-based library
resources offered through the university of Calgary Health
Sciences Library.

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F

THE CATALOGUING OF ELECTrONIC BOOKS
AT AN ACADEMIC LIBrAry
Shuzhen Zhao
university of Windsor Library

Since 2000, libraries began purchasing electronic books
through consortiums such as CrKn (The Canadian research
Knowledge network), oCuL (ontario Council university
Libraries), etc. electronic books are shifting long settled library
practice for collecting, organizing, and preserving information.
Libraries have been challenged with the need to collect and
catalogue new forms of traditional materials such as electronic
books and electronic journals. The university of Windsor’s
MArC project deals with electronic books’ management. This
poster focuses on cataloguing electronic books with new policies
(for example, the particular fields, elements descriptions), and
new procedures (for example, batch edit and creating MArC
records for the Voyager system). Currently MArC records are
purchased in batches from different publishers or vendors; the
quality of which impacts cataloguing procedures for electronic
books. This poster will analyze the quality of MArC records
for some publishers and vendors to assist in making decisions
using these sources of records. electronic books can be an
effective way of helping users discover these new resources
and libraries need to adapt this new electronic environment
for library users.

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