Fogler Library Newsletter 8/29/2023

In This Issue:

  • Salon: Back to the Future: The Post-ChatGPT Classroom
  • Fogler Librarian on Democracy Forum radio spot
  • Undergraduate Workshop Series
  • Featured Resource: Mintel Academic

Undergraduate Workshop Series

Start your semester off right with Fogler Library’s series of Workshops. Learn how to use the library to find what you need for assignments, how to use library tools when confronted with paywalls, and how to identify reliable resources. Each of these three individual workshops, a half hour in length, will be offered twice the week of Sept. 4th in Fogler Library’s Library Classroom 2. For a full schedule and more information, go to our Workshops Guide.

Salon: Back to the Future: The Post-ChatGPT Classroom

The Lynch Room has reopened with a new moniker – The Salon – a re-envisioning of this space as a place for our community to congregate, discuss, and collaborate on ideas. We hope that the newly minted multidisciplinary Salon Series, with rich topical themes, will foster the kind of conversations and action that will be remembered for a lifetime. Join us on Monday, September 18, 2023, from 12:00-1:30pm at our hybrid salon Back to the Future: The Post-ChatGPT Classroom. Please visit the Salon website to learn about future salons.

Fogler Librarian on Democracy Forum radio spot

Fogler Librarian Lindsay Decker will be a guest on the September 15, 2023 broadcast of the Democracy Forum series on WERU FM Community Radio alongside Kasey Meehan of PEN America and Professor Jason Stanley of Yale. The series covers a new topic related to participatory democracy each month. You can listen to the broadcast on Friday, September 15, from 4:00 – 5:00 PM EDT on WERU FM 89.9 Blue Hill, streaming worldwide at

Featured Resource: Mintel Academic


Mintel publishes over 220 marketing reports in the US every year. Reports include data such as answers to consumer survey questions to identify key demographics or target markets; a comprehensive overview of the market size, including a five-year forecast; and brand share, category trends, consumer attitudes and behaviors, and analysis on what’s working, what’s not working, and what’s coming next.

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