Library Q & A Workshop April 6!

Dear Clarkson Students, The Clarkson University Libraries workshop series will wrap up today, Tuesday, April 6 at 5pm with How do I….? Ask the Librarian! via Zoom.  At this point in the semester you’re (hopefully) starting to think about and actively work on your research projects. What questions do you have? Ask me about your … Continue reading Library Q & A Workshop April 6!

Library Q & A workshop tonight! April 6

Dear Clarkson Faculty and Staff, The Clarkson University Libraries workshop series will wrap up today, Tuesday, April 6 at 5pm with How do I….? Ask the Librarian! via Zoom.  At this point in the semester you’re (hopefully) starting to think about and actively work on your research projects. What questions do you have? Ask me … Continue reading Library Q & A workshop tonight! April 6

Take LIB 201 in Fall 2021; choose a focus on “fake news” or true crime

Dear Clarkson Students, Congratulations on reaching the midway point in Spring 2021! As we near registration for Fall 2021, the Clarkson University Libraries want to remind you of our 3 credit course, Digital Citizenship & Information as Power.  This semester we’ll be offering two sections of the course, which will be entirely online and asynchronous. … Continue reading Take LIB 201 in Fall 2021; choose a focus on “fake news” or true crime

Encourage your students to enroll in LIB 201

Dear Clarkson Faculty & Staff, As we near registration for Fall 2021, the Clarkson University Libraries want to remind you and your students about our 3 credit course, Digital Citizenship & Information as Power. We hope you will consider suggesting it to your students as an elective. This semester we’ll be offering two sections of … Continue reading Encourage your students to enroll in LIB 201

Book Chat: The Engineer’s Wife: A Novel of the Brooklyn Bridge

Based on the true story of the woman who built the Brooklyn Bridge Thursday, April 8 at 5pm via Zoom Click here to add to your Google Calendar For more details visit the Library Website here. She built the Brooklyn Bridge, so why don’t you know her name? Emily Roebling built a monument for all time. … Continue reading Book Chat: The Engineer’s Wife: A Novel of the Brooklyn Bridge

Library Workshop: The Good, The Bad & the Ugly: Tips for Evaluating Sources

Dear Clarkson Students, The Clarkson University Libraries workshop series will continue Tuesday, March 16 at 5pm with The Good, The Bad & the Ugly: Tips for Evaluating Sources via Zoom.  What is the difference between a scholarly source and a news source? What is peer review? How do I evaluate sources I find on the … Continue reading Library Workshop: The Good, The Bad & the Ugly: Tips for Evaluating Sources

Library Workshop: The Good, The Bad & the Ugly: Tips for Evaluating Sources

Dear Clarkson Faculty and Staff, The Clarkson University Libraries workshop series will continue Tuesday, March 16 at 5pm with The Good, The Bad & the Ugly: Tips for Evaluating Sources via Zoom.  What is the difference between a scholarly source and a news source? What is peer review? How do I evaluate sources I find … Continue reading Library Workshop: The Good, The Bad & the Ugly: Tips for Evaluating Sources

Read Native 2021 Challenge

Looking for your next read? Created by the American Indian Library Association, Read Native 2021 is a reading challenge to “support and recognize our Indigenous authors, scientists, legislators, storytellers, and creators throughout the year, not just during the national Native American Heritage month.” Check out the Clarkson University Libraries’ guide to the challenge here.