Spring 2019 workshops on digital tools and methods for your research and pedagogy.
Staff at the O’Neill Library reference desk are experimenting with new ways to reach out to students unfamiliar with the concept of “reference.”
A new Burns Library exhibit showcases mid-century Irish author Flann O’Brien, best known for his cult classic novel, The Third Policeman, together with original Flann-inspired paintings and videos by Irish artists David and Eddie O’Kane.
The recent ACRL Project Outcome assessment pilot taught us a lot, and is in the mix of options for how the libraries continue to assess teaching and learning.
Libraries tacitly rely on many quasi-AI technologies. Is AI ready for more overt uses?
After visiting Burns Library to explore symbolism and communicating complex ideas through visual art, students in Professor Jane Cassidy’s Introduction to Digital Art designed their own tarot cards, which are on exhibit in the O’Neill Library Reading Room.
Library and archives staff are creating an encoded transcription of the Thomas D. Craven Diary.