Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter 11/03/2022

Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter | November 03, 2022
In this issue:

  • Citation Drop-in Workshops
  • Undergraduate Literature Review Challenge Still Available
  • Featured Resource: Guide to Open Access Publishing
Citation Drop-in WorkshopsFogler Librarians will be hosting a series of Citation Drop-ins the week of Nov. 7(dates and times below). Encourage your students to stop by with their questions about citation managers like Zotero, in-text citations, reference lists, and formatting in the correct style. If they can’t make it during one of the designated times, remind them they can always reach out to their Subject Librarian directly.

Nov. 7 @ 3pm-3:30pm in Library Classroom 2
Nov. 8 @ 7pm-7:30pm in Library Classroom 2
Nov. 9 @ 12pm-12:30pm in Library Classroom 2

Undergraduate Literature Review Challenge Still Available
If you missed last week’s Under(Graduate) LIterature Review Challenge, 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 help participants make the most of their literature review process, including refining a research topic/question, strategic literature searching, accessing paywalled sources, taking good notes, and synthesizing ideas between sources.  If you have any questions, please reach out to Jen Bonnet at
Featured Resource: Guide to Open Access Publishing

Open Access (OA) refers to the free, online availability of research outputs, coupled with the rights to use these outputs fully in the digital environment. This guide is designed to help researchers understand the different aspects of OA as it relates to scholarly communications at large. Have additional questions? Librarians can help you navigate the world of academic publishing! Please don’t hesitate to reach out to your subject librarian.
Past issues of the Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter are archived online