(From Campus Weekly)
UNCG Libraries is hosting another semester of Research and Application webinars scheduled for the Fall 2023. These are 30 or 45 minute webinars about UNCG libraries research and its applications. They’re recorded and available on YouTube after the session through the UNCG Libraries webinars page. Here are the sessions and times being offered this Spring:
- “Open Access Funding Updates” by Anna Craft on Tuesday, August 29 at 11:00 a.m.
- “Inside the Closed Stacks: Collections of Distinction in Special Collections and University Archives” by Kathelene Smith and Stacey Krim on Friday, September 29 at noon.
- “Ferguson and the Case of the Missing Document: Online Federal Depository” by Joshua Olsen on Tuesday, October 31 at noon.
- “Scoping Reviews” by Lea Leininger and Maggie Murphy on Wednesday, November 15 at 1:00 p.m.
You can sign up for these sessions here. These webinars are also listed on the UNCG workshops page and are tagged as University Libraries, Faculty Professional Development, and Graduate Students. You’ll get a link to the Teams session the morning of the webinar, so be sure to mark your calendars after you sign up.