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October 2013

Oct 31

  • Web Content (Reason) Training
    • You'll receive an overview on the basics of Reason, Luther's web content management system.
    • 9:45 am, Olin 301
     • Olin 301

November 2013

Nov 14

  • Zotero Workshop
    • Working on a research paper? Wondering how to keep track of your sources, create a bibliography and footnotes? Zotero (free application) helps you collect, manage, and cite your sources. Bring your laptop to our workshop and learn how to download Zotero and set it up to manage your resources (available for PCs and MACs).
    • 7:00 pm, Hovde (Preus Library)
     • Hovde (Preus Library)
  • How to Leverage LinkedIn for Your Life after Luther
    • In depth workshop on how to get the most out of professional network LinkedIn for success in students' life after Luther.
    • 7:00 pm, Valders 262
     • Valders 262

Nov 16

  • International Games Day Celebration
    • Preus Library participates in this celebration of games with libraries throughout the world. For more information on the international event see http://igd.ala.org/.
    • 2:00 pm, Preus Library
     • Preus Library

Nov 19

  • LIS Summer Faculty Workshop Brown Bag
    • There will be three opportunities for informal conversation with the technology and information literacy workshop participants (representing Anthropology, Communication Studies, Economics & Business, Education, German, Music, Paideia 450, Philosophy, and Social Work) and members of LIS.
    • 12:45 pm, Dahl Centennial Union - Mott
     • Dahl Centennial Union - Mott

Nov 20

  • LIS Summer Faculty Workshop Brown Bag
    • There will be three opportunities for informal conversation with the technology and information literacy workshop participants (representing Anthropology, Communication Studies, Economics & Business, Education, German, Music, Paideia 450, Philosophy, and Social Work) and members of LIS.
    • 12:15 pm, Dahl Centennial Union - Mott
     • Dahl Centennial Union - Mott

Nov 21

  • LIS Summer Faculty Workshop Brown Bag
    • There will be three opportunities for informal conversation with the technology and information literacy workshop participants (representing Anthropology, Communication Studies, Economics & Business, Education, German, Music, Paideia 450, Philosophy, and Social Work) and members of LIS.
    • 11:30 am, Dahl Centennial Union - Mott
     • Dahl Centennial Union - Mott