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Tag Archives: Library – Instruction
The GSU Library is piloting a fun and interactive game that teaches new students how to navigate our services and resources. The premise of the game is that a famous OSCAR® statuette has been stolen from the Library’s Special Collections … Continue reading
As part of its commitment to the free culture movement, Georgia State University Library is pleased to announce the initial release of the Library Instruction Recorder (LIR). LIR is a free, open source WordPress plugin that allows librarians and library … Continue reading
Faculty, with the end of the semester almost here, it’s a great time to go ahead and schedule a library session for your spring classes. If interested, please contact me with the following information: Course number Course day/time Anticipated number … Continue reading
EndNote is a software program that helps you store, organize and format citations. GSU users can download a free copy here. Georgia State University Library’s Joel Glogowski will be presenting a workshop on November 18, 2009, introducing users to EndNote. … Continue reading
The library is offering another free workshop on Zotero, a Firefox plugin that makes it easy to save citations and automatically create bibliographies in Word. It’s like having EndNote running inside your browser, and it’s easier to use! This is … Continue reading
Please take a moment to watch the new Learning Commons Theatre video, directed by Matt Munson and Doug Rednour, with the help of many library undead. Enjoy! [display_podcast]