UCF Libraries needs your help to design practical and useful workshops for student life. The survey, which will take about 8-10 minutes, will ask you about your study and research habits, as well as your experience using library resources and services. Your input will help us, help you. Take a few minutes of your time and follow this link: http://ucf.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_b15YH23K8qLVNkx
Look for new Undergraduate Workshops coming in Fall 2018.
If you have questions, concerns, or complaints contact Andrew Hackler, UCF Libraries, IT&R, (407) 823-0804 or by email at email@example.com.
UCF Libraries, in partnership with the College of Graduate Studies Pathways to Success is offering a full slate of graduate workshops during the summer 2018 semester including Library Research & Literature Review Strategies, EndNote & RefWorks: Citing Made Easy, Useful Apps All Grad Students Should Love & Use, Optimizing Your Online Presence, Where to Publish & Author Rights, and Presentation Skills.
Registration for these workshops is required and is done through myUCF (Student Center → Graduate Students → Pathways to Success)
Please join us for a lively and thought provoking discussion regarding reading, censorship, and the history of challenged books to commemorate the start of National Library Week 2018. UCF Research and Information Services Librarian, Sandy Avila will discuss the American Library Association’s Top Ten Frequently Challenged Books of 2017 while providing some background regarding the history of challenged books from around the world. This session is open to students and faculty and no RSVP is required. Meet us at the John C. Hitt Library (main campus) Room 223 to learn more about banned books and the dilemmas surrounding their censorship.
Join us for a library drop-in session during Research Week at the Hitt Library (main campus) in room 223. This session is open to faculty and all graduate and undergraduate students. No RSVP required. Session topics will discuss researching with Oxford e-books and e-journals and publishing in Oxford University Press. There will also be brief presentations on planning strategies using library resources, organizing sources with RefWorks or Mendeley citation managers, and time for Q&A for help with your questions!
For questions, please contact Corinne Bishop, UCF Graduate Engagement Librarian, at Corinne.Bishop@ucf.edu
Date: Friday, April 6
Time: 11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Location: Library room 223
Join UCF Libraries and the Department of Women and Gender Studies for the second annual WomanFest on Thursday, March 22, in library room 223.
Film Screening and Discussion of Miss Representation, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Miss Representation explores the under-representation of women in positions of power and influence in America, and challenges the media’s limited portrayal of what it means to be a powerful woman. The film will be followed by a discussion facilitated by Dr. Anne Bubriski-McKinzie, Women and Gender Studies.