Wednesday, November 28 from 1:30-2:30 pm
Presenters: Arlene Johnson & James Lee, Co-Directors, Digital Scholarship Center
Please join Digital Scholarship Center Co-Directors, Arlene Johnson and James Lee, for a faculty-focused session on the applications of digital humanities/digital scholarship in the classroom as well as support and resources for digital humanities/digital scholarship activities and initiatives in your teaching and research. This workshop is sponsored by the UCBA Library and the Learning + Teaching Center.
Please Note: Due to travel requirements for these presenters, please make sure to register through Faculty OneStop (click image below). This workshop requires a minimum of 5 participants to be held.
The UCBA Library’s display for the month of March features a selection of books and journal articles written by UCBA faculty. It includes works of poetry, the history of UCBA, technology’s impact on teaching and learning, and how Glee influenced pop culture and social issues. The display can be found at the entrance of the library and on the reference shelf near the print station. The displays will be available through March 31st.
Liz Scarpelli, UC Press Director, will be at UCBA to give an overview of the UC Press, its current initiatives and to take questions about the Press. Also, joining Liz via Skype will be the new UC Press Acquisitions Director, Michael Duckworth.
When: Thursday, February 22 from 12p-1p Where: Learning & Teaching Center (Muntz 117)
As part of its community outreach, UCBA welcomed 5th and 6th grade students from Rockdale Academy to campus today for the UC Smiles program. The UCBA Library participates in this program by teaching library workshops to students during their day on campus. These workshops give students the opportunity to learn about a college library and tour the space.
The UCBA Library recently hosted its first faculty development event for the 2017-2018 academic year. Amy Koshoffer (UC Libraries Science Informationist) presented an information session on Data Management Plans on Monday, November 6. We had eight participants representing Allied Health, Biology, Dental Hygiene, Library, and Nursing. We appreciated Amy sharing her expertise and highlighting the valuable resources available for faculty.
The UCBA Library and the UCBA Learning & Teaching Center sponsored a RefWorks workshop on Thursday February 9. Randy Roberts (Langsam Library) brought his roadshow out to UCBA for the first time and we had 12 attendees representing a wide range of disciplines such as Nursing, Business, English, and Biology. This was a great example of libraries collaborating to help faculty learn more about one of our many resources! Thanks again Randy!