Karen Evans will be making a presentation entitled “Combat to Classroom: How Librarians Can Help Veterans Succeed in Their Education.” Her presentation will discuss the record number of veterans enrolling in higher education, the specific issues they face, and how librarians can assist them in achieving their education.
Shelley Arvin, Elizabeth Lorenzen, and Heather Rayl will also be presenting on a project they had funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services Technology Grant that discusses how iPads can be used to teach undergraduates the basic tenets of ACRL’s Information Literacy Standards.
Brian Bunnett will be moderating a panel discussion on how various Indiana libraries have combined their service desks. Panel members include librarians from Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, Butler University, and IUPUI.
The Bayh College of Education is hosting a delegation from Thailand. They’re spending two weeks in the library researching material for their PhDs.
The delegation is made up of school superintendents, principals and teachers who are attend Roi Et Rajabhat University. The group is headed by Dr. Kriangsak Srisombut, Dean of the College of Education.
Librarian Edith Campbell (Reference/Instruction; Public Services) conducted an instruction session for them.
SycaMORE Research is a new customized searching experience that allows you to search most of the library’s electronic resources, including its catalog, simultaneously. SycaMORE Research provides full text access to many of these resources, ranks your search results by relevancy, and includes availability information for items in the library catalog.
SycaMORE Research can simplify your research and provide easier access to the resources you need most. To try it out, go to http://library.indstate.edu/ and click on the “SycaMORE Research” tab. For more information about SycaMORE Research contact the Cunningham Memorial Library at 237-2580
Wed. Mar. 26 from 4-5:30 pm ~ University Hall Whitaker Room
RSVP: 237-2713 or email@example.com
Breaking down Silos: Interdisciplinarity for the Future
Greg Youngen, Interim Dean of Library Services
Ethan Strigas, Associate Professor of Sport Management, Graduate Sport Management Program Coordinator, SENCER co-director
Tom Steiger, Professor of Sociology and Director of the Center for Student Research and Creativity
Namita Goswami, Associate Professor of Philosophy
Debra Israel, Associate Professor of Economics, Interim Director of Interdisciplinary Programs, Interim Chair of Philosophy
Sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences, Cunningham Memorial Library, International Studies, Multidisciplinary Studies, Dept. of Philosophy, SENCER, Center for Student Research and Creativity, and Women’s Studies.