The Science and Engineering Library and the University Libraries' Information Literacy Collaborative hosted a 1 1/2 day seminar for instructors in the Institute of Technology on May 19-20, 2010. The seminar introduced participants to a variety of services, tools, and skill sets that the library and librarians can use to help support instructors and students in their teaching and learning and offered consultations for integrating these resources into current and future assignments.
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The Library's Role in Supporting Teaching and Learning
Paul Strykowski, IT Associate Dean for Undergraduate Programs
Google for Researchers, Web of Science
-Google for Researchers Online Workshop
-Web of Science: Research Made Easy Online Workshop
Keep up with literature and productivity tools
Jody Kempf, Meghan Lafferty
-Introduction to RefWorks Online Workshop
-Zotero Basics Online Workshop
-Zotero 101 Online Workshop
-Introduction to EndNote Online Workshop
-Google for Researchers Online Workshop (see Google Reader)
-Citation Managers Comparison Chart
-RSS in Plain English
-Google Reader in Plain English
-Getting Started with Google Reader
What library research skills do students need to know to be successful in science and engineering?
Publishing and Open Access
-Transforming Scholarly Communication
Lisa Johnston, Meghan Lafferty
-Data Management Planning Checklist
-Managing Your Data
-Writing Effective Objectives Slides
-Faculty Survey Results
-Bibliography for Future Reading
-Science and Engineering Library Brochure
-Improving Student Research: A Faculty and Instructor Guide