September has come and gone – here’s what you missed!
“About Those Links” had a wonderful turnout!
Over the coming weeks, construction on the new Digital Scholarship Lab will begin in the area that was once the Applied Computing Center. Please pardon our dust while we update the space.
Have you checked out our Research Support Workshops? This semester’s workshops include sessions on presentations, research writing, MATLAB, and formatting a thesis. Attend one of our live sessions on the first floor, watch the session live at home, or watch the recording later!
Conversation Hours are back!
October 15 (5:00 pm): SciFinder and PatentPak training session
This training session will be held in OLS 103, and is open to all.
October 16: Not Quite Right Improv Troupe (6:30 – 8:30 pm)
Come learn about the power of play with Melbourne’s most popular comedy improve troupe. Admission is free to students, faculty, and staff.
October 23: Ten Books that Shaped the World (6 – 8:30 pm)
October 30: Fright Night (6:30 – 8:30 pm)
Music, costumes, and fun!
Open Access Week: October 19 – 23
Drop by and see our Open Access display on the first floor, or attend one of the informative sessions happening during Open Access Week (October 19 – 23):
- Faculty Brown Bag Discussion: “Creating Open Education Resources”
- Research Support: Finding and Using Creative Commons Resources
- Open Access Week Movie Night: The Internet’s Own Boy
- Live with Cable Green: Taking OER Mainstream