MISt, Library & Information Science, University of Toronto (2010)
MA, Art History, University of Toronto (2007)
Bsc, Psychology Research, University of Toronto (2004)
Subject specialist for the Anthropology Department and Ethnic Studies. I am also the liaison for University College and the Levermore Global Scholars Program.
AREA 1. online academic publications; new collaborative models between academics and librarians
AREA 2. emerging technologies; roving reference; library physical space and use
AREA 3. art & architectural history
Isaac-Menard, R. & Cairns, G. (2013, March). Archizines, blogs, web portals! Current architectural publishing trends and information access challenges for the educational market. Association of Architecture School Librarians (AASL), San Francisco, CA.
Isaac-Menard, R. & Cairns, G. (2013). Using e-publishing as the foundation for the printed word. In Association of Architecture School Librarians. San Francisco, CA.
Isaac-Menard, R. & Harbour, C. (2012). Using current technologies to build relationships with academic staff. In Librariansí Information Literacy Annual Conference (LILAC). Glasgow, United Kingdom.
Other Scholarly/Artistic Work
Co-Founder/ Editor of Publications Architecture_MPS architecturemps.com 2012-
Isaac-Menard, R. & Harbour, C. (2011) Digital issues in a small, specialised academic institution. eLucidate 8.4.
Honors and Accomplishments
Association of Jewish Libraries Scholarship 2010
ARLIS/NA Judith A. Hoffberg Student Award for Conference Participation 2010
Open Fellowship, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto 2008-2009
Rheinische Friedrick-Wilhelms-Universitšt Research Scholarship 2007
Ontario Graduate Scholarship (OGS) 2006
Dr. J. A. & C. P. Dickson Scholarship in the Sciences & Mathematics 2004
Peer-reviewer. Art Documentation journal 2012-
Editor. SCONUL higher education library technology (helibtech) wiki 2010-
Peer-reviewer. Evidence-based library and information practice journal 2010-
Licenses & Certifications
Chartered Member (MCLIP), Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals, 2012