|Your Trainers: The Faculty Librarians of the Alexandria Campus Library|
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Faculty Training Opportunities at YOUR Alexandria Library
Faculty Research: Are you conducting research for your dissertation, publication, or further education? The Library may have resources to help you! Contact Matt Todd (firstname.lastname@example.org) to explore these possibilities.
Fair Use & Copyright: Are you flummoxed by Fair Use? Not sure what current interpretation of copyright provisions mean for your classroom & teaching? Contact Matt Todd (email@example.com) for a conversation about this.
Stroll in the Stacks: Take a tour of the library’s print collections with Paul Chapman (firstname.lastname@example.org). Recommendations for additions to the collection welcome!
Developing Research Assignments: If you’re thinking about developing an assignment that includes a research component, contact Anne Anderson (email@example.com) to discuss ideas, what library resources are available, and how those resources can fit into the assignment to meet your objectives.
Adding Library Resources to Your BlackBoard Site: Want to provide access to a library database in your BlackBoard site? Contact Anne Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org) for help getting these links set up so that they will work both on and off campus.
Online Research Guides: Does the library have an online research guide for your discipline? Chances are we do! We can even develop a custom research guide for your course or for a specific assignment. Contact Katie Hoskins (email@example.com) to find out more, or see http://libguides.nvcc.edu/subjects
Library Resources in Your Discipline: Is there a library database you’ve been wanting to get better acquainted with? Want to see what’s new online? Liberal Arts: Contact Anne Anderson (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Bruce Carroll (email@example.com), STB contact Katie Hoskins (firstname.lastname@example.org) for a closer look at what resources are most useful for your discipline, and how to get the most out of them.