By: Casey Harloe and Christian Boyles
Native American Heritage month is a time to celebrate rich and diverse cultures, traditions, and histories and to acknowledge the important contributions of Native people. Heritage Month is also an opportune time to educate the general public about tribes, to raise a general awareness about the unique challenges Native people have faced both historically and in the present, and the ways in which tribal citizens have worked to address these challenge. To learn more, please visit our display, which was curated by our student worker Casey Harloe, located across from the Library’s service desk.
by Lauren Wahman
The new UCBA Library: Research Basics playlist in Kaltura contains four videos (less than 5 minutes each) that guide students through the research process. Continue reading
by Lauren Wahman
Lauren Wahman talks with a student at the Resource Fair.
The UCBA Library is excited to be a partner once again in this year’s Summer Orientation Program. Each week, incoming freshman are arriving on campus Continue reading
The RWC Library’s Quarterly Fall e-Newsletter is now available via the library website. Find out the latest news and updates such as:
RWC Library News Blog
This blog highlights RWC Library resources, collections, services, news and events. Viewers of the blog can sign up to receive the RWC Library blog feed or feeds from other UC libraries. If you’re unfamiliar with RSS Feeds view the RSS in Plain English by Commoncraft video first. Then, follow the steps below to set up your feed subscription (these steps will vary depending on your feed reader):
• Create a Feed Reader account like Google Reader or Bloglines
• Open your Feed Reader
• Choose the option to “Add a New Subscription”
• Enter the RWC Library Blog URL http://www.libraries.uc.edu/liblog/libraries/rwclibnews/
• You should now be able to read and receive blog posts
Deadlines for Spring Quarter Reserves
Spring quarter will be here before we know it. In anticipation of this, please submit the items that you would like placed on Traditional Reserve by March 18, 2011.
Those of you who designated traditional reserve items for Winter quarter only; these items will be removed and returned to you as per your request. If you would like to keep items on Reserve please contact Tammy Manger at 936-1542 or email@example.com by March 18th. Faculty that have Blackboard E-Reserve articles designated for Winter quarter only: these items will be removed when your Blackboard course ends. Please do not copy over any articles to the next quarter as this will cause a block for future articles to be posted.
Join us for the Research Alerts workshop on Thursday, March 3rd, 1:00-2:00 pm in Muntz 210. Stay current with newly published research in your discipline. Find out about RSS feeds, email notifications, journal alerts, and apps that can keep you up-to-date with your research interests. Click here to register.
These are just a few reminders and updates…visit the Quarterly News for Faculty web page for more information.
You can now access RWC Library Faculty Development presentations via Slideshare at www.slideshare.net/rwclibrary. Slideshare is an online community for sharing presentations, documents and pdfs. The latest Faculty Development Workshop presentation, What the RWC Library Can Do For You, conducted by Heather Maloney and Michelle McKinney, is available for viewing. All future workshop Powerpoint presentations will be posted via Slideshare so be sure to follow us to stay up-to-date on library resources.
The RWC Library has a variety of bookmarks available for quick access to library information and research help. Bookmarks cover topics such as Library Hours, General Library Information and Faculty Resources. Research related bookmarks provide lists of subject specific resources which include, but aren’t limited to, books, article databases, journals, and websites. Our APA and MLA Citation bookmarks provide formatting info and citation examples in a easy-to-follow format. Bookmarks are available in the library near the reference desk.
Recycle your magazines and journals
Don’t throw away previously read magazines and journals. Donate your gently used magazines and journals to the Give & Take Exchange Rack. Please remove names and addresses from materials and drop them off at the information desk. Browse the rack and pick up something new to you. It’s an easy and inexpensive way to add to your collection and broaden your reading horizons. The Exchange rack is currently located in the Reference section of the RWC Library. Leftover materials are recycled. Stop by today!