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Sarah Shujah, Science Libraries, York University
Sarah Shujah is a Science Librarian at the Steacie Science & Engineering Library, York University Libraries. Her liaison subject areas have included Engineering, Computer Science, Earth & Space Science & Engineering, and more currently, Kinesiology, Mathematics & Statistics, Science and Technology Studies, and Natural Science. Sarah hosted and attended her first Hackfest and is excited to jump into learning code and plans to learn Python in the near future. Sarah loves everything science and enjoys looking at star clusters and planets through her telescope, being a naturalist who collects tree barks, butterflies and rocks, and now learning to code and hack. Furthermore, she is particularly interested in information literacy in the sciences.

Sessions by Sarah Shujah
Wednesday   04-09-2014   10:30 AM – 11:15 AM   D301: Hackers in the Library!

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