This collection holds the award winners for the Langara Open Student Scholar Prize. Launched in 2020, this prize celebrates exemplary work being done by Langara students and offers them the opportunity to share their work in an Open Access format.
Institutional repositories like our own LaIR provide a platform for scholars to make their work more accessible to a wider audience, enabling knowledge sharing and creation on a larger scale. Students engage in scholarship every term as they complete assignments for courses; doing research, authoring papers, or creating works of art. We hope to give exemplary projects life beyond the classroom and make them available to the larger Langara community and beyond.
To paint a universal picture of and attach value to women’s lives globally by telling women’s history one mother at a time. Honouring our maternal heritage by exploring, writing, sharing, preserving and performing stories that illustrate our mother’s lives, for both our personal fulfillment and for the benefit of our collective history. This is the vision and mission of Mothership Stories Society, the non-profit organization that directs and guides all aspects of My Mother’s Story. Founded in 2008 with the mandate to encourage the writing, collecting and performing of family stories, it is the publisher of the My Mother’s Story books, manages commissions and production of My Mother’s Story theatrical events, and holds the copyright to all stories and images.
The Idealogue shares and promotes news about scholarly projects and applied research happening in our Langara community. We aim to shine a spotlight on faculty, staff, and administers here at the College who are reaching out and applying their knowledge and learning to the world beyond the classroom – whether it be through community partnerships, educational leave, or experimental research.
We also aim to connect Langara scholars with information about the potential funding available to them, so if you’re working on a project please let us know by getting in touch at [email protected]
HiPo: The Langara Student Journal of History and Political Science is an annual, online student publication produced with the support of the Department of History, Latin, and Politician Science at Langara College. All articles are student peer-reviewed and edited., ISSN 2561-6536
The Research and Scholarly Activity Fund awards up to $3,000 to encourage and support College employees who wish to pursue research and/or scholarly activities. With the initiatives outlined in the Langara College Academic Plan, activities may include, but are not limited to: building upon, or undertaking, projects of original research or scholarship involving community partners; initiating, maintaining, or updating an individual research portfolio; engaging Langara College students in research and scholarship; employing Langara College students as student aides; initiating collaborative research or scholarship with community partners; and building infrastructure pertaining to research and scholarship. This collection holds the final reports.
W49 Magazine features the very best Creative Nonfiction, Short Stories and Poetry submitted to the annual Langara College Writing Contest by current and former Langara students. All prize winning entries are printed, along with a wide range of "honourable mentions."
W49 Magazine is edited and administered by the Department of English. Every year, the design, illustration and layout of the magazine is the responsibility of a student in the Publishing Program.
Pacific Rim Magazine connects our readers to people across the Pacific Rim. Stories of community, travel, food, and technology honour our cultural diversity. We acknowledge our responsibility to future generation by focusing on social issues, environmental concerns, and today's innovations. After a first term learning graphic design, Adobe software, and writing for publication, Publishing students produce Pacific Rim Magazine, a full-colour print publication distributed with Canada’s largest-circulation national newspaper, The Globe and Mail.
Pursuant to the Tri-Council Policy Statement Version 2 (TCPS2), the Langara Research Ethics Board (LREB) has been established to ensure that all research at Langara College involving human subjects is conducted in accordance with nationally accepted ethical standards.
The LREB hosts workshops for Langara researchers to provide information on and discussion of ethical research practices. These workshops are captured on video and housed in this collection in the LaIR.