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The Library (& friends) are offering lots of great workshops this quarter! Whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student, or teaching faculty, we have something for you:
Research Survival 101
Sunday, January 24 / 5:00 – 7:00 p.m./ O-House Ballroom
For all current SCAD students
Does writing research papers feel like an impossible task? Are you full of great ideas, but not sure how to get them down on paper? Do trustworthy, professor-approved sources seem to elude you?
If you answered YES to any of the above questions, come to Research Survival 101! This interactive workshop will provide practical strategies for staying organized, focused, and creative with research assignments. Come ready to share ideas and actively participate to solve your biggest research and writing dilemmas. No RSVP is necessary and food and drinks are provided! Presented by SCAD’s Jen Library and The Writers Studio.
Image Databases at SCAD
Thursday, January 28 OR Friday, January 29 / both 10:00 – 11:30 a.m. / Jen Library Room 108
For all SCAD faculty, staff and students
The Visual Resources Center (VRC) offers these workshops to highlight the digital image resources that are available to the SCAD community. Learn the fundamentals of using ARTstor to find and save images, download and organize images from the SCAD Digital Image Database (DID), and then incorporate these images into class presentations using the ARTstor Offline Image Viewer (OIV). Participants will also learn how to have images added to the SCAD DID to fill the needs of specific courses and student presentations.
Seating is limited so please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 525-4726 to reserve a spot. The VRC also offers individual training by appointment for those unable to make it to the workshops.
Copyright Concerns, Copyright Solutions Faculty Workshop
Friday, January 29 / 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. / Arnold Hall, #108
For SCAD Faculty
Join us for a discussion about copyright issues relating to the library at SCAD. Library representatives will be present to answer questions and provide solutions to the challenges facing copyright and fair use in the library environment. In order to better focus on the SCAD community’s unique copyright and fair use issues, we are asking for questions in advance of this event. Please email your library specific questions to: htatom (at) scad (dot) edu. Please slo RSVP to this address if you plan to attend. Co-sponsored by Jen Library and Innovative Teaching and Learning.
**And don’t forget that SCAD’s Writers Studio and Learning Resource Hive offer great workshops as well!**