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The Instruction and Research Librarian, STEM, is responsible for providing specialized information, research resources and instruction to all students (on-campus and online) with a major focus on those involved in the STEM studies and the College of Nursing by incorporating information literacy concepts, creating authentic library learning experiences (physical and online), and working with...

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Interested in information literacy instruction via Learning Management Systems? Join your LIBRAS colleagues for an informative webinar workshop provided by the American Library Association, hosted at the Elmhurst College A.C. Buehler Library.

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The LIBRAS Reference/Instruction SIG will hold a meeting on the topic of "Innovative uses of New Technology" at the University of St. Francis Library on March 7, 2007 from 9:00 to noon. Please come share your knowledge and experience with using new technologies and integrating them into reference and instruction.
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The LIBRAS Reference/Instruction SIG will hold a meeting on the topic of "Connecting with (Adjunct) Faculty" at the University of St. Francis Library on January 31, 2007 from 9:00 to noon.
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The Reference/Instruction SIG met on February 23, 2006 at Benedictine University to learn more about science research and resources. Read the report from the recent Reference/Instruction SIG meeting here. The report includes links to science resources discussed by the presenters.
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The LIBRAS Reference/Instruction SIG will meet on Thursday, February 23rd from 9:30am-12:00pm at Benedictine University. Nestor Osorio and one of his colleagues from Northern Illinois University will be our special speakers, leading our discussion about how to do research in the sciences.
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You asked for it! Now here is your opportunity to see some of our bravest and most generous colleagues demonstrating the best of their instruction repertoire. In evaluating our fall Information Literacy 101 workshop, several people commented that while it's fine to hear discussions of great teaching techniques, it would be so much more helpful to actually see someone demonstrate those techniques.
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