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Studying the Past in a 21st Century Research Library

The Partners of the UCI Libraries present

Studying the Past in a 21st Century Research Library

Friday, March 1, 2013, 11 am - 1 pm

The 21st century research library extends beyond its physical walls. This workshop will give an overview of the reference services available in today's research library and how technology and the digital environment have impacted the way students and scholars navigate information in their research efforts.  We will provide examples of a number of the innovative services and tools that the Libraries employ to enhance the research process, including 24/7 reference services, screen sharing, and QR codes.

Secondly, we will demonstrate the variety of digitized historical resources available to students and lifelong learners.  Attendees will have the opportunity to explore newspapers, magazines, texts, diaries, and letters from the 18th through the 20th centuries. We will also show publicly available websites that document the history of the United States.

Cynthia A. Johnson, Head of Reference Services

Rebecca M. Imamoto, Research Librarian for History & African American Studies

Langson Library Room 228. For a map and directions go to:
www.uci.edu/campusmap. Self parking ($2/hr) in the Student Center Parking Stucture.

Free and open to the public. Space is limited, priority given to Library Partners. To make a reservation for this workshop please click here. For further information please call Library Development at 949.824.4651 or email partners@uci.edu.

Please consider making a donation to the Partners of the UCI Libraries, which supports the excellence of the Libraries collections, services and public programs.

This program is part of Intersections, a series of library workshops offering instruction on a variety of fascinating topics for intellectual enrichment and enjoyment.