Wednesday, February 15, 2017
- Celebrating Black History Month: Learn more about the history of this month and see a schedule of national events.
- Blind Date with a Book: This February, why not go on a blind date with a book or DVD?
- More to Browsers Than You Think: Not all browsers are created equal. Learn more about picking the right browser to use with electronic resources.
- Library Video Tutorials: Access the Library's collection of video tutorials for help 24/7 on using library services, research, and electronic resources.
- Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week: February 20 - 24, 2017 is the Association of Research Library's Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week. To learn more about the importance and how the Fair Use doctrine is used in the U.S. and worldwide, click here.
- "I'm First" Student, Faculty, and Staff Stories: Join us on Wednesday, February 22nd at 12:00pm in the DisCo for a panel of faculty, staff, and students who all identify as first-generation as we explore collective narratives and learn how we can support one another at Stonehill. For more information about First Generation Week events hosted by the Office of Intercultural Affairs, click here.
- Reference Consultations: Need help with a paper for one of your courses? We can help you at any stage in your process. Contact the Reference Desk at 508-565-1203, email email@example.com, or stop by the Reference Desk to set up a time for your individual research session.
- Help with Citations: For more about the different citation styles available and RefWorks, the Library's citation management tool, click here.
- What's Up Thursdays: Join the Office of Intercultural Affairs for the bi-weekly brown bag lunch session for "What's Up Thursdays - A Community Conversation" to discuss and reflect and explore issues of diversity, inclusion, and social justice. The next session will take place Thursday, February 23rd at 12:00pm in the DisCo.
- Black History Month Book Ribbon: Check out featured books on Black History Month by scrolling to the bottom of the library homepage.
- Visit the CWAA: Want some feedback on a paper? Want to review course content? Visit the peer tutors in the Center for Writing and Academic Achievement (CWAA), Room 314 in the library! Please check the CWAA website for schedules and satellite services.
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