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Library Instruction Sessions!

by Brittany Ford on 2017-02-03T08:57:17-05:00 | Comments

The Library is pleased to announce that we are now hosting live instruction sessions through Blackboard Collaborate! Each of these live session will be hosted by an ANU librarian, and will cover a different topic relating to the ANU Library services and resources. Sessions are interactive and will last approximately 1 hour, so please bring your questions! Please see the full schedule for term 171 below.

Feb 9th 2pm (Thursday): Navigating the ANU Library

  • This live session will provide an interactive overview of the ANU library website. Join us to learn more about the many services and resources that the library has to offer.

Feb 23rd 2pm (Thursday): Introduction to EBSCO Business Source Elite

  • Join your business librarian, Brittany Ford, to learn how to use the library’s new online business database. This session will go over how to access the Business Source Elite database and how to use the database’s search tools.

Feb 28th 2pm (Tuesday): Introduction to Computers & Applied Sciences Complete

  • Join your information technology librarian, Kate Lynch, to learn how to use the library’s new computer and applied sciences database. This live session will go over how to access the Computers & Applied Sciences Complete database and how to use the database’s search tools.

March 9th  2pm (Thursday): Beginning Health Science Research

  • Join your health sciences librarian, Eric Rector, for an introduction to conducting health science research using the library's resources. This live session will cover formulating a research question and locating information using the Health Source: Nursing/Academic and Nursing Reference Center databases. Bring your research questions!

March 14th  2pm (Tuesday): Drop-In Session with a Librarian

  • Need help with your research? Not sure how to cite sources for a paper? Have some questions or suggestions for the library? Take a minute to drop in and chat with one of your librarians! We will be available from 2 – 3pm EST to answer any of your questions or listen to your suggestions. We’d love to hear from you! 

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