Stop by the library...online!
The Reg Erhardt Library may be closed, but librarians are still here to help. The Library is offering half hour, twice weekly sessions on hot topics related to research to support staff, students, and faculty at a distance. During each session, a librarian will introduce a weekly topic and then give participants a chance to ask questions and discuss topics in further detail.
Can’t make it to a session? Book a virtual appointment with your liaison librarian for questions related to research.
Who: Staff, faculty, and students can register to attend to a library session each week to hear about library supports, topics, tools, and more. Attendees can stick around after the 15 minute presentation to ask questions.
What: A half-hour session to continue to support staff, faculty, and students at a distance.
Where: Blackboard Collaborate. Attendees will register in advance and receive a link to the session before it begins.
When: Mid-May to the end of June. Occurs twice per week, one session in the morning and one session in the afternoon. One evening and one weekend session will also be offered.
Why: To continue to provide academic support as remote and distance demands increase.
For session descriptions and registration, visit the Library events calendar.
The Blackboard Collaborate link will be active the day of the session. Register to receive a reminder or drop in at your leisure.