Collection contains publications and ephemera published by or relating to Nipissing University, its administrative and academic departments, and related organizations. Publications include: academic calendars, yearbooks, reports, magazines, newsletters, student guides and handbooks, and faculty profiles. Ephemera include: convocation and awards ceremony programs, promotional brochures, and pamphlets. Collection contains 12 series.
Fonds documents Brian Nettlefold's work as the Executive Director of Library Services at Nipissing University, particularly his involvement with Nipissing University's Academic Senate and executive academic staff unit, as well as the Learning Library Campaign and the planning of the Harris Learning Library.
Fonds consists of local history materials about North Bay and the Near North area that were collected or created by the Institute for Community Studies and Oral History (ICSOH) including: oral history recordings, student projects, archival records, publications, and ephemera. The fonds also documents some of the ICSOH's activities as a research institute including outreach, the organization of conferences and other events, and its administration.
Fonds is arranged into four sub-series: Events and outreach, minutes, oral and community history research collection, and student projects.
Nipissing University. Institute for Community Studies and Oral History
Collection consists of records collected by Françoise Noël in the course of research for her book Nipissing: Historic Waterway, Wilderness Playground (Toronto: Dundurn Books, 2015), about the historical development of the tourism industry in the Nipissing District. The collection was assembled over approximately five years leading up to the book's publication. It contains maps, photographs, postcards, tourist guides and brochures, souvenir booklets, event programs, yearbooks, and other material relating to the history of North Bay and the Nipissing District, especially the tourist industry. The collection is arranged into five series based on documentary form.
Collection contains publications, ephemera, and audiovisual records created by Canadore College, its administrative and academic departments, and related organizations. Collection is arranged into eight series: Academic calendars; Ephemera; Newsletters, newspapers, and magazines; Photographs; Posters; Reports and plans; Video recordings; Yearbooks.
Fonds reflects the Student Athletic Assembly's organization and governance of intramural student athletics at Canadore College, as well as its participation in the Ontario College Athletic Association and its organization of sporting events including Sportsarama and Snofest.
Fonds contains photographs, news clippings, publications, and ephemera created or received by Cambrian College's North Bay Campus during the five years of its existence. Fonds is arranged into two series.
Fonds documents the work of the Office of Integrated Marketing and Communications in developing and managing Nipissing University's marketing, communications, and recruitment strategies. Fonds contains three series: Media clippings; News releases; Photographs.
Nipissing University. Office of Integrated Marketing and Communications
Fonds reflects the functions and activities of the President's Office of Nipissing University. The fonds contains seven subseries: academic affairs, campus facilities administration, establishment of Nipissing College and Northeastern University, faculty and staff, government relations, special projects, and university charter application.
Fonds reflects Thorn's work as a Professor of Education at Nipissing University. Arranged into two series, the fonds contains publications that Thorn authored, co-authored, or contributed to; videocassettes of her lectures and awards ceremonies; and children's books that she collected.
Collection consists of memorabilia and clothing created by Nipissing University for commemoration and advertisement purposes. Collection consists of two series: Clothing (containing sports jackets, jerseys, and commemorative shirts) and Memorabilia (containing souvenir button pins, mugs, lapel pins, and other objects).
Fonds relates to Lavack's work as a District Consultant with the Youth and Recreation Branch of the Ontario Department of Education. The fonds mainly consists of reports on seminars, conferences, programs, and studies regarding Indigenous education in Northwestern Ontario.
Fonds documents Jack Jones' involvement in a series of teacher education projects in Anguilla and Montserrat that Nipissing University conducted with partners including the ministries of education of Anguilla and Montserrat, the Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada (AUCC), and the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). Responding to a lack of professional development opportunities for teachers in the Caribbean islands of Anguilla and Montserrat, the early projects provided teacher training workshops while later projects aimed to establish on-site teacher training processes in cooperation with the University of the West Indies. Jones played various roles in the projects, acting as an instructor, international liaison officer, and project director.
Collection consists of books about the Ipperwash Crisis and treaty rights that were presented to Mike Harris by Maurice Switzer, Director of Communications of the Union of Ontario Indians, at the official opening of the Harris Learning Library on June 25, 2011. The collection also contains correspondence relating to Mike Harris' receipt of the books and their donation to the Harris Learning Library.
Collection consists of pamphlets, articles, reports, and ephemera relating to North Bay and northeastern Ontario that were collected by the Education Centre Library for its vertical file (a collection of documents maintained by a library to provide easy access to information about frequently-requested topics; vertical files were especially popular before the rise of the Internet). The collection was created from the early 1970s, when the Library was founded, until the dissolution of the vertical file in the late 2000s.
Most files are arranged alphabetically by subject or by place name (in the case of items relating to communities other than North Bay).
The collection consists of geological maps, aerial photographs, and mining and geology publications collected by Fockler during the course of his career as a consulting geologist. The collection also contains material relating to a mineral exploration in northern Quebec that Fockler was involved with in the 1940s.
The collection is arranged into five series: Air photos of northern Ontario and Quebec; Air photos of Ontario highways; Geological maps; Mining and geology publications; New Quebec mineral exploration project.
Fonds documents Surtees' work as a Professor of History at Nipissing University. Fonds contains one series documenting Surtees' research for his book "The Northern Connection: Ontario Northland Since 1902," a history of the Ontario Northland Railway/Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway. Other records in the fonds reflect Surtees' academic activities and research interests, including First Nations and northern Ontario history.
Fonds illustrates the environmental monitoring and evaluation work of students in the Environmental Biology/Protection Technologist program. Fonds consists of one series containing research projects and reports.
Canadore College. School of Environmental Studies and Biotechnology
Fonds reflects Herb Brown's work as a member of the Executive Councils of the Northeastern University Committee and Northeastern University, and as Vice-Chairman of the Board of Governors of Nipissing College. Fonds contains one file.
Fonds documents Martin Parker's work as the Regional Coordinator of the Parry Sound District for the second edition of the Atlas of the Breeding Birds of Ontario (also known as the Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas), an inventory of breeding bird species compiled between 2001 and 2005 that was intended to aid conservation efforts in Ontario. Fonds documents Parker’s responsibilities as Regional Coordinator including the recruitment, training, and organizing of atlassers (volunteer bird watchers), and the compilation of the data they collected. It also contains observational data from the Nipissing District, which it appears he was also involved in overseeing. The fonds also documents Parker's contributions as an author of several species accounts for the atlas.
Fonds is arranged into one series containing breeding bird observation data, as well as other files and items that do not belong to any series.
Collection contains 16 yearbooks of the Algonquin Composite School/North Bay Collegiate Institute and Vocational School titled "The Northland Echo." The collection contains yearbooks from 1930-1931, 1938, and 1952-1965.
Fonds consists of records generated by North Bay Teachers' College while carrying out activities relating to the provision of post-secondary teacher education in North Bay. The fonds documents activities such as administration (including human resources and property management), admissions, and grading of students. The fonds also documents student life through yearbooks, event programs, and student magazines, as well as class reunions of college alumni. Most of the records were created or accumulated during the years of the college's existence (1909-1973), although some records (such as the alumni class reunion booklets) appear to have been added at a later date because they relate to the the college.
The fonds is arranged into six series according to documentary form or activity. Several files and items are not part of any series, as they do not relate to a common activity or share a documentary form. Records are mostly textual and principle documentary forms include registers of admissions and grades, yearbooks, academic calendars, and alumni class reunion booklets.
Fonds reflects the North Bay Community Concert Association's organization and sponsorship of musical concert series in North Bay, and also contains records pertaining to the Association's governance and administration. Records span the entirety of the Association's existence from 1943 to 1984, and slightly beyond it. Records are arranged into three series based on function or documentary type. Textual records in the fonds consist of annual reports, by-laws, membership lists, concert programs, promotional material, correspondence (primarily with booking agencies, grants agencies, and local community groups), meeting minutes, scrapbooks, and newspaper clippings about concerts and events. The fonds also contains promotional photographs and other publicity material regarding concert performers, which was provided by the booking agency.