Virtual panels and presentations on topics of interest to libraries supporting graduate students.
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For our Annual 2022 discussion/meeting, we hosted Kathy Anders, Graduate Studies Librarian at Texas A&M University, who discussed her work building an information literacy graduate program tailored to graduate students. You can read more about Kathy's work in RUSQ.
Notes from this presentation are also available.
Our panelists discussed the following projects:
Allan Cho (email@example.com) shared how the libraries at UBC are using github: https://ubc-library-rc.github.
Nancy Garmer (firstname.lastname@example.org) brought up the Evans Library GradTrack Guide at FIT: https://libguides.lib.fit.edu/
Mandy Havert (email@example.com) shared a link to a “getting to know the libraries” checklist that is provided to Notre Dame Graduate Students: https://resources.library.nd.
Anne Melville (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Matt Ogborn (email@example.com) discussed a tutorial created in Rise in collaboration with a colleague: "Library 501: What Grad Students Need to Know about the Library": bit.ly/Library501Tutorial