Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter 3-22-2022

* Student Citation Drop-In Sessions, Publish and Thrive Challenge Still Available

In this issue:

  • Student Citation Drop-In Sessions
  • Publish and Thrive Challenge Still Available
Featured Resource: Popular Media Databases

The Maine InfoNet Download Library is a collection of downloadable audiobooks and e-books supported by public, academic, and school library members. Audiobooks and e-books are available to authenticated patrons of the member libraries.

Flipster provides access to 1,800 magazines for many interests, including food, home & garden, fitness, sports, news, literature, business, and more.

For streaming video, Swank Digital Campus provides a selection of feature films by major Hollywood and independent movie studios.

Student Citation Drop-In Sessions

The week of March 28th, Fogler Library Reference Librarians are offering students four drop-in sessions to help students use specific citation formats for research-based assignments.  They will be held in Library Classroom 1, on the following days and times:

Monday, March 28 @ 3pm
Tuesday, March 29 @ 12:30pm
Wednesday, March 30 @ 6pm 
Thursday, March 31 @ 12:30pm

Please share these opportunities with your students!

Publish and Thrive Challenge Still Available

If you missed our Publish and Thrive Challenge last week, you can still participate at a time that’s convenient for you. This self-paced program remains live and accessible and includes brief tasks designed to build your publishing acumen, such as identifying where to publish and present your work, examining your rights as an author, and increasing the visibility of your work. Additionally, you will have opportunities to share your own insights and experiences, and hear from UMaine faculty and graduate students who are publishing and presenting in a wide range of disciplines.

Past issues of the Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter are archived online