Special Events! On Monday, February 26, 2018 at 7:00 pm the library will be hosting Duchess Harris, PhD for a discussion on the Black Women of NASA in the Mother Hill Reading Room. Join us to learn more about the black women who worked at NASA in the 1940s as human computers. The event is free to attend but seating limited. To RSVP email email@example.com. To learn more about the time period and these women’s amazing feats, check out this research guide created by our University Archivist, Diane Maher here.
Workshops! Our workshop series for the semester got underway last week. The workshops’ topics range from learning about the library’s many research tools to specific citation styles such as APA, Chicago, and MLA. To find out more about the library workshops and sign up for one click here.
Open Education Week! Through the week of March 5, Copley Library is supporting Open Education Week by hosting events and a contest. On Monday March 5 at 12pm, Copley Library will have a table in front of the library asking students to answer two questions regarding their current textbook expenses and take a selfie with their answer. On Tuesday, March 6 Amanda Makula, Digital Initiatives Librarian, will be teaching a faculty workshop on open access. Through the week of March 5, USD faculty and students will be invited to participate in a contest at the Access Services Desk. You can learn more about Open Education Week here.
And remember we’re still open until 2 am Sunday through Thursday for you studying and research activities! For special hours check out the library’s schedule here.
The weather should be warming up soon, we promise!