Author Archives: Maura A. Smale
On Friday, May 17, nearly 50 librarians from CUNY and other New York City libraries gathered at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism to participate in a program about new models for content production. This exciting program was jointly organized … Continue reading
The LACUNY Emerging Technologies Committee, the LACUNY Scholarly Communications Roundtable, LILAC, and the Office of Library Services are delighted to announce our Spring program: Computers and Crowds: Unexpected Authors and Their Impact on Scholarly Research Friday, May 17th; 9:30am – … Continue reading
Many faculty members in the library and beyond strive to help students learn to evaluate the information sources they use, whether in print, or on websites, or presented as images, audio, or video. Evaluating sources is a core competency of … Continue reading
RefWorks, the citation management software, recorded a webinar for Hunter on using the application. Since it’s tailored to a CUNY audience we thought it’d be great to share the links here. Here’s the streaming recording. And here’s the downloadable recording. … Continue reading
This Thursday May 5th, all CUNY library faculty, faculty, and staff are invited to attend a day of workshops at Hunter College on the new Web of Knowledge, EndNote, and other research management tools from Thomson Reuters.
The Library Information Literacy Advisory Committee is pleased to share resources from across CUNY for teaching information literacy. We’ve compiled these together on a page on the Commons wiki that’s inventively titled Information Literacy Resources @ CUNY. Look here for … Continue reading