One Shot Classes


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From tech-savvy Librarian extraordinaire KellyAnn Griffiths:

This fall, the Brooks-Cork Library will be hosting one-shot library programs. If you think your students would benefit from these brief overviews of software and services, please share the information. Each class will be taught four times a week, twice on Tuesday (1130am and 130pm) and twice on Wednesday (1130am and 130pm). Class size is limited to 15 and is filled on a first-come, first-served basis. If you would like any of these classes repeated in a classroom setting, contact us and we can work something out. Classes will be open to students, faculty, staff – pretty much anybody who wants to show-up and learn. If you have any questions, feel free to contact KellyAnn Griffiths at x2268 or kgriffiths@sheltonstate.edu.

Schedule:

3 & 4 September: Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places – searching the library catalog, the AVL, and the Internet
10 & 11 September: Lightening Your Load with Ebooks – how to use SSCC’s ebook collection, feel free to bring a mobile device
17 & 18 September: Remember the Alamo and Everything Else – non-FERPA online storage options
24 & 25 September: What I Got – citation tools
1 & 2 October: More than a Search Engine to Me – Google tools
8 & 9 October: Discovering our Past – the SSCC online archive
15 & 16 October: Can You Hear Me Now? – Multimedia Communication

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