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Julie Morris


Collections Analysis/Bibliometrics Lib
UNB Fredericton

I'm the Collections Analysis, Bibliometrics, and French Liaison Librarian at the Harriet Irving Library. Before coming to UNB, my background was quite diverse, having worked in fields such as customer service, teaching English as a foreign language, and conducting research/project/data management within the financial services sector.

Some ways that I can help!
French Liaison

  • Reference interviews
  • Instruction
  • Books and serials acquisitions


  • Support grant proposals with scholarly metrics
  • Help find new co-authors and build research networks
  • Support text data mining initiatives
  • Build co-citation and co-author networks
  • Conduct analysis on faculty and departmental publishing trends

Collections Analysis

  • Provide usage data to librarians and library administration regarding our digital collections
  • Support data-informed collections management
  • Records management support
  • Interpreting permitted use of digital library materials


PhD Interdisciplinary Studies, 2023-present - University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB
Certificate in Project Management, 2018-2019 - University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
Master of Library and Information Science, 2015-2017 - Western University, London, ON
Bachelor of Arts, Religious Studies, 2009-2014 - Saint Mary's University, Halifax, NS

Conference Presentations

By Our Powers Combined: Bridging collections analysis and bibliometrics, using researcher article citations to assess collection impact
Bibliometrics and Research Impact Conference | June 2022
CRKN Conference | November 2022

Julie's Guides:

Subject Specialties: French