digital humanist & librarian

APLA 2019

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Sandra Sawchuk (MA Humanities Computing | MLIS, 2016) is a librarian at Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Her roles include Data Services and User Experience and Engagement; additionally, she is the liaison librarian to the Education faculty. Her current research interests include minimal computing and research data management. Email:

Andrea Hubley is the Access Services Supervisor at Mount Saint Vincent University. Email:


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