DRAW is an interdisciplinary project and as such our publications, presentations and outreach are spread across platforms, journals and organizations. Please check out our unofficial DRAW CV below for a list of all DRAW articles, presentations, outreach initiatives and interviews.
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Drew Bush, Victoria Slonosky, and Renee Sieber. (June 2019) "Fall 2018 SALTISE Mini-Grant report : Investigating How Students Learn by Rescuing Historical Weather Data". Conference Paper.
Victoria Slonosky, Lori Podolsky, Robert Smith, Madeleine Bartlett, Eun Park, Renee Sieber, Jeremy Cullen, Gordon Burr, and Frederic Fabry. (May 2019) "From Books to Bytes : A New Data Rescue Tool". Article.
Renee Sieber and Victoria Slonosky. (February 2019). "Developing a Flexible Platform for Crowdsourcing Historical Weather Records". Article.
Drew Bush, Victoria Slonosky, and Renee Sieber. (December 2018). "Building Partnerships to Train Climate and Weather Citizen Scientists : Investigating Public Participation in the Rescue of Historical Weather Data". Poster.
Drew Bush, Victoria Slonosky, Geoffrey Pearce, and Renee Sieber. (May 2018). "Training Climate and Weather Citizen Scientists : Investigating How Students Learn by Rescuing Historical Weather Data". Conference Paper.
Eun Park, Gordon Burr, Victoria Slonosky, Renee Sieber, and Lori Podolsky. (May 2018). "Data Rescue Archive Weather (DRAW)". Article.
Eun Park, Gordon Burr, Victoria Slonosky, Renee Sieber and Lori Podolsky. (April 2018). "Data Rescue Archive Weather (DRAW): Preserving the Complexity of Historical Climate Data". Article.
Yves Lapointe and Frederic Guiliano, "DRAW: Data Rescue, Archives and Weather", Presentation to the Society of Quebec archivists, May 2018
Victoria Slonosky, "Climate in an Age of Empire: Weather Observers in Colonial Canada", James McGill talk, November 28 2017
Data Rescue, Archives and Weather poster presentation, 7th Ouranos Symposium, Montreal, November 15-17 2017
Renee Sieber and Victoria Slonosky, "Crowdsourcing historical climate observations", SSHA Conference, November 2-5 2017
Gordon Burr, "Data Rescue, Archives and Weather: Poster Session", Association of Canadian Archivists, Annual Conference, June 2017
Victoria Slonosky, "Crowdsourcing historical climate observations web talk", 10th ACRE meeting, New Zealand
Victoria Slonosky, "DRAW: Data Rescue, Archives and Weather", 9th ACRE Workshop, University of Maynooth, Ireland, June 20-23 2016
Gordon Burr and Lori Podolsky, "Upskilling Archivists", Talk for Association of Canadian Archivists, Annual Conference, June 2016
Victoria Slonosky, "Histoire et Climat: retracer les changements climatiques des derniers siecles au Quebec", Ouranos seminaire, September 2016
Gordon Burr, "DRAW: Data Rescue, Archives and Weather", Brown Bag lunch series: Winter Semester, McGill Libraries presentation series, 2016.
Victoria Slonosky, "DRAW: Data Rescue, Archives and Weather", SIS Seminar, February 2016
Brinkerhoff, Craig, Albano,Aurelle, Becker,Sebastian, Feddersen,Bailey, Hernandez ,Emillee, Kruglova, Katya, Nicoll-Griffith, Kira, and Tsynkevych, Mariya, "Data Quality of Citizen Science: Learning From the Past to Inform the Present", McGill University School of Environment, ENVR 401 Assignment, December 17 2017, View Report
DRAW in the News
CBC Radio One: All in a Weekend Montreal, "McGill DRAW project takes on tedious, yet crucial task of transcribing thousands of historical weather logs" Ainslie MacLellan with Victoria Slonosky and Renee Sieber, https://www.cbc.ca/player/play/1252003395640
Hugo Lavoie, "The story of the weather in Montreal", Hugo Lavoie's Urban Chroncile with Victoria Slonosky and Frederic Fabry, June 5 2018, https://ici.radio-canada.ca/premiere/emissions/gravel-le-matin/segments/chronique/74922/histoire-climat-montreal-observatoire-mcgill
CJAD, Interview by Natasha Hall Show, DRAW with Renee Sieber and Victoria Slonosky, May 22 2018
Lori Podolsky, "Rescuing 200 years of historical weather observations", McGill University Library News, April 28 2017, http://news.library.mcgill.ca/draw/
Elysia Donald (ed.), "McGill School of Information Studies Newsletter", Spring 2016, https://www.mcgill.ca/sis/files/sis/mcgillsisnewsletter_2016spring_web_2015-04-22b.pdf, pg 5
Drew Bush, Victoria Slonosky, and G. Pearce (Dawson professor), Dawson Research Methods course module, March 2018
Frederic Fabry and V. Meunier, Presentation of DRAW to retired meterologists, Ottawa, October 2017
"DRAW Demo", InfoNexus Conference, February 3 2017
"Rescuing Weather Climate and History", McGill Homecoming 2017 Workshop, October 14 2017
DRAW Poster and open session, GIS Open Science Day, 2016