About Us

Stacy Allison-Cassin, Digital Pedagogy Librarian

Stacy Allison-Cassin is an Associate Library at York University, Toronto. She has held a number of different positions at York, including cataloguing librarian, digital humanities librarian, and most recently the W.P Scott Chair in E-Librarianship. Her research focuses on critical approaches to knowledge organization, linked data, critical theory and music. She holds a B.Mus from WLU, a Master of Information Studies from UofT, a Master of Music Performance from Duquesne and is a PhD candidate in the Humanities program at York. She is an active Wikipedian 

Anna St. Onge

Anna St.Onge holds a B.A. in History and Celtic Studies from the University of Toronto, and a Master of Information Studies degree from the University of Toronto with a specialization in Archival Studies and Book History & Print Culture.  Currently chair of the Archives Association of Ontario’s standing committee on ARCHEION (a web-based repository of the province’s archival descriptions and virtual exhibits) she has published on the archival legacy of Dutch spiritual writer Henri Nouwen and Canadian writer Sheila Watson.

Jamie Lee Morin

Jamie Lee Morin held the position of Indigenous Digital Collections Project Assistant (Young Canada Works) from 1 January to the 30th of March, 2018. Morin is a Métis woman raised in Etobicoke. She graduated from Ryerson University in 2016, and was an Indigenous delegate for Equal Voice’s Daughters of the Vote Conference in March 2017, which saw 338 women fill all MPs seats in the House of Commons on International Women’s Day. She enjoys reading and researching, and will begin her Masters of Information in Library and Information Science at the University of Toronto in September 2018.