Carothers Library

15 Lippitt Rd, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI 02881, USA

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Open Educational Resources at UMass Amherst -- Five Years of Experience

Open Educational Resources at UMass Amherst --... 12/7 1pm

Marilyn Billings, Scholarly Communications & Special Initiatives Librarian at UMass Amherst, will speak about the UMass Library Open Education Initiative....

Search Savvy Seminar: Putting the Census to Work for You

Search Savvy Seminar: Putting the Census to... 12/9 1pm

US Census data can help you discover economic, demographic, and social trends. In this interactive session, you'll learn how to locate current and historic...

Therapy Dog International presents Holly, a Golden Retriever with Handler, Joanne Labelle.

Therapy Dog International presents Holly, a... 12/15 10:30am

As a therapy dog, Holly will provide comfort and companionship to all those who come to visit. Please come to the library during her time with us as she...

Therapy Dog International presents Phantom, a Bernese mountain dog with handler, Michelle Lake

Therapy Dog International presents Phantom, a... 12/16 1:30pm

As a therapy dog, Phantom will provide comfort and companionship to all those who come to visit. He is a gentle giant who loves to interact with everyone.

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Md. Hasan Shahriar Simanto

Md. Hasan Shahriar Simanto left a positive review 9/13/2016

Helpful!

Howard Dooley Jr

Howard Dooley Jr left a review 10/16/2015

Totally not what I was expecting, though interesting in an intellectual way. I can't say that anything shared is or would be applicable to my work. I thought there would be some aspects that would help me think about using a makerspace for my work - there wasn't. I think that was in part, because the talk was mis-represented. It was about his research; not about strategies for teaching and learning with makerspaces.

Howard Dooley Jr

Howard Dooley Jr left a positive review 3/26/2015

I learned of several ways to use the new interface's abilities, which will make research easier for me. I also had a few lingering questions about searching in general answered. It was an hour very well spent. I would recommend it to others.

Karen Franko

Karen Franko left a positive review 3/19/2014

This was very informative. I learned to use Google in different ways to enhance my searches, but I've also learned how Google operates (in terms of algorithms, pages changing, etc.), which I think is helpful to pass on to students. Good examples, moved along quickly. Thank you, Amanda!

E. Ferguson

E. Ferguson left a positive review 2/24/2014

This session was great intro to posing questions and creating an argument for "fair use" of previously published texts, images, etc. in class (and research). If there is some such thing, I would be interested in and "advanced" session at some point.

Karen Franko

Karen Franko left a positive review 2/24/2014

Having never attended a talk on fair use, this was very helpful. Leaders discussed well the criteria for determining fair use, and for documenting your intentions/use to show "good intent" or "good faith" if use were questioned legally. Also, I was not aware of Lib Guides that the library has on the subject, which provide reference material.

Kelly LeMeur

Kelly LeMeur left a positive review 1/29/2014

This was great. I learned about the application, about research, and how the technology works with different resources. It was particularly useful to learn how to use Proquest Flow with different resources. Presenting the material this way gave me micro and macro knowledge. Also, the instructor tailored the information to student need and abilities. Very cool.

Pamela Jackson

Pamela Jackson left a review 12/6/2013

Presenter was great. Learned a few things about my iPad, but much of it was beyond my needs.

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