Spring library workshops announced

Jan 12, 2022

Each semester, the University Library offers a lineup of workshops that covers a range of topics. Workshops are designed to help participants build skills and expand knowledge for everyday use, and to apply to course material and research projects. Open Access Publishing and Data Management Planning, Tracking Research Impact and Copyright in the Classroom, are a few of the many workshops offered for spring 2022. Preregistration is required and is now open for spring library workshops. For information about individual sessions, contact one of the presenters below or click here to visit our calendar. 

Jeff Alger, Social Sciences and Humanities Librarian

Michael Belding, Oral History Project Manager

Dan Coffey, Social Sciences and Humanities Librarian

Abbey Elder, Open Access and Scholarly Communication Librarian

Jesse Garrison, Science and Technology Librarian

Olivia Garrison, Reference Coordinator

Daniel Hartwig, Department Head, Special Collections and University Archives

Megan O'Donnell, Data Services Librarian

Lorrie Pellack, Professor and Interim Associate Dean, Research and Instruction Services

Eric Schares, Science and Technology Librarian

Rachel Seale, Outreach Archivist

Kris Stacy-Bates, Science and Technology Librarian

Erin Thomas, Science and Technology Librarian

Susan Vega Garcia, Assistant Dean, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Katie Wampole, Residency Librarian