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Dale Storie was a public services librarian at the John W. Scott Health Sciences Library at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, liaison to medicine and the School of Public Health and worked for a time in digital initiatives. In 2014, Dale left the UofA to pursue public library work in Regina Saskatchewan.
Storie earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Regina and a combined Master of Library Science and Master of Arts degrees (humanities computing) from the UofA. During his time at UofA, Storie co-chaired the Medical Sciences Library Committee of the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry, and was a librarian tutor for the "Putting Evidence into Practice (PEP)" workshop. Dale was a member of the instructional team that taught “Introduction to Health Librarianship” at the UofA School of Library and Information Studies. Storie taught search skills in a graduate level course on systematic reviews for the School of Public Health. He was on the facilitation team for the University of Alberta Libraries Strategic Planning, participated on a working group on Mobile Devices for the NEOS library consortium and a member of the Libraries’ Web Architecture Team and Library Council Executive.
Storie received an award for the Best Presentation for a First-Time Attendee at the European Association for Health Information and Libraries in Istanbul, Turkey. He was an investigator for a national research study looking at how health professionals use information on hand-held devices. In recognition of his publications and presentations at CHLA/ABSC, WILU and other conferences, Storie won the CHLA / ABSC Emerging Leader Award at the 2012 Conference. Storie served for a time on the HLWIKI International Advisory.
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