30 Minutes to Better Research: Learning at the Library (Spring 2020 schedule)

The library is excited to announce the Spring Semester schedule for 30 Minutes to Better Research: Learning at the Library. Everyone on campus is invited to attend. If you weren't aware of these classes, each week, a librarian teaches a session focusing on one or two of the library's databases or services. No registration is required. For each class you attend this semester, you will be entered into a drawing at the end of the semester to star in your very own READ poster.

The first class of the semester will be held on Thursday, January 23 at 4:00pm. This session will be on deciphering the world of fake news. The class will be taught by Jenna Nolt, Digital Initiatives Librarian. 

Date: Thursdays
Time: 4:00-4:30pm
Location: The classroom in Library A (the modular building closest to Middle Path)
Who: Everyone (students, faculty, staff)

Spring Semester Schedule 

1/23: Fake NewsJenna Nolt, Digital Initiatives Librarian
1/30: Finding Foreign Language ResourcesKaren Greever, Collection Development Librarian
2/6: Begin your research with K-SearchJennifer Bleiler, Discovery Services Librarian
2/13: Zotero: Saving and Using CitationsNathan Wolfe, Social Sciences and Data Librarian
2/20: Business Information and ResearchJulia Warga, Director for Research and Instruction
2/27: Streaming and Copyright, Sarah McKee, User Experience and Humanities Librarian
Spring Break (no classes)
3/19: Using Kenyon's ArchivesAbigail Tayse, College Archivist
3/26: Newspapers as Primary SourcesKaren Greever, Collection Services Librarian
4/2: Annual ReviewsAimee Jenkins, Natural Sciences Librarian
4/9: HeinOnlineChris Hudson, Director of Collection Services
4/16: Social Explorer, Nathan Wolfe, Social Sciences and Data Librarian
4/23: Policy MapNathan Wolfe, Social Sciences and Data Librarian

We hope you will join us. If you ever have any questions about the library's research services, please contact a librarian or the Research & Reference Desk.