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Hélène LeBlanc

Government Information / Political Science / Education / Policing & Public Safety Librarian

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Hélène has been an academic government information librarian for over 25 years, and a Canadian federal government librarian before that.  During her years at Laurier, she has done sabbaticals at the Foreign Affairs & International Trade Library in Ottawa, the European Commission Library in Brussels, and at the Library of Congress (European Reading Room) in Washington, D.C.

Before becoming a Librarian, Hélène taught French as a Second Language, for a year, to Grades 1 to 7.


Service Areas: Library Services, Help & research assistance, In-person instruction, Online library instruction, Subject librarians

Subjects: Government Information, Political Science, Global Governance, International Public Policy, Education, Policing and Public Safety, Legal Information

Collection Policies: Political Science, Education - Academic, Education - Teaching

Managed Course Guides

Course Number Course Title Subject
EU (Teacher Education) Royalty Free Resources for Teachers Education
LY100-BR Introduction to Legal Research Law and Society
EU (Teacher Education) What TEC's need to know about the Library Education