Glyneva Bradley-Ridout

Glyneva Bradley-Ridout
Liaison & Education Librarian

Gerstein Science Information Centre
9 King's College Circle
Toronto, ON M5Z 1A5

Glyneva Bradley Ridout (Hons. B.A., MI) started in the position of Liaison & Education Librarian at Gerstein Science Information Centre in December 2018. Her role includes supporting the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy, the Department of Nutritional Sciences, and the Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology through teaching, one-on-one consultations, and collaboration on knowledge syntheses and other publications. Glyneva also selects and manages the collection in a number of health science subject areas. Prior to joining the team at Gerstein, Glyneva was a hospital librarian at St. Michael’s Hospital in Toronto.

Published works

Bradley-Ridout, Glyneva. "Preferred but not Required: Examining Research Data Management Roles in Health Science Librarian Positions." Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association/Journal de l'Association des bibliothèques de la santé du Canada 39.3 (2018): 138-145.…

Bradley-Ridout, Glyneva. "In Transit: The Information Behaviour of Toronto’s Public Transit Commuters." The iJournal: Graduate Student Journal of the Faculty of Information 3.1 (2017).


Selected Conference Presentations


Bradley-Ridout G., and Epworth A. "Untapped potential: Examining the role of library technicians in knowledge syntheses projects". Canadian Health Libraries Association Conference, June 2019 

Bradley-Ridout G., McDonald M., and Thuna M. “It Starts and Ends with a Story: Using Digital Exhibits to Tell a Community’s Stories”. Ontario Library Association Super Conference, February 2019.

Barry D., Bradley-Ridout G., McDonald M., and Ren L. “One Year Down: Four New Information Professionals Share Their Experiances”. Ontario Library Association Super Conference, February 2019.

Bradley-Ridout, G. “The View from Here: Exploring the Place of Virtual Reality in Libraries”. Information in the Air, iSchool Student Conference, March 2018.

Bradley-Ridout G. “Hashtags, Emojis, and Longevity: The Importance of Preserving Your Library’s Social Media Content”. Ontario Library Association Super Conference: OCULA lightning Strikes Competition, February 2018.

Bradley-Ridout G., Jenna Hartel, et al. “Extending the Range of Information Behaviour Research: The Information Horizon Interview” Diversity by Design Conference, September 2017.

Bradley-Ridout G. “The Role of Academic Librarians in Current Social Movements” (Poster) CAPAL Conference, May 2017.

Bradley-Ridout G., and Mindy Thuna. “How an Online Exhibit on the Sanford Fleming Fire Served to Foster Collaboration, Communication, and Community” TRY+ Conference, May 2017.

Bradley-Ridout G. “Unexpected Convergence: How I found myself curating an online exhibit using archival materials at my library job.” Defying Conventions, iSchool Student Conference, March 2017


Supported Courses (2019 - Present)

Department of Nutrition

  • NFS490 H1

Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy

  • PHM330 H1
  • PHM212 H1