The Dewey Library is offering a single workshop due to the holiday weekend. Monday, Nov. 25 we are offering Resources for Evidence Based Practice at 10:00am. For more information, call 442-3691, stop by the reference desk, or register online.
Over at the Copyright Advisory Network is a great tool called the Fair Use Evaluator and it will be a very good tool to bookmark for when you have questions regarding your use of an item protected by copyright.
The Dewey Library is offering several workshops this week. For more information, call 442-3691, stop by the reference desk, or register online.
Human trafficking is a grave social issue and one that many social welfare students and researchers may wish to study. We have all seen the many stories about human trafficking in the news.
The University Libraries bring you another great resource to jumpstart your research on any number of topics.
The Dewey Library is offering several of the advanced workshops this week. For more information, call 442-3691, stop by the reference desk, or register online
Oh Smartphones, where would we be without them? They wake us up on time, tell us where the nearest gas station is, help us keep our spending on track and bring us videos of puppies doing adorable things. They even put the University Libraries’ wealth of information at our fingertips!
Students who are in the School Media track of the Information Studies program will be interested in the following new acquisitions at the Dewey Library. Dewey collects resources that cover the art of delivering library services to youth as well as resources that identify important trends in children’s literature.
here are NO instruction sessions this week. Don’t forget our subject specialists are available for appointments if you need research assistance. Social Welfare Elaine Lasda Bergman 442-3695 firstname.lastname@example.org Criminal Justice or Public Administration and Policy Richard Irving 442-3698 email@example.com Information Studies Deborah Bernnard 442-3699 firstname.lastname@example.org
Our federal government is a complex entity where legislative and regulatory oversight of a particular industry or issue is shared by multiple committees, departments and offices employing a myriad of personnel, each playing her own part. Identifying key players among this thriving mass of humanity seems like an insurmountable task.