Fogler Library Newsletter 9/12/2023

In This Issue:

  • Fogler Graduate Student Workshops
  • Salon: Back to the Future: The Post-ChatGPT Classroom
  • Featured Resource: Maine Bicentennial Collection

Fogler Graduate Student Workshops

Fogler Library is kicking off our Workshop Series for Graduate Students this week! On Sept. 14th at 12pm and 4pm you can learn about using Citation Management tools. There will also be future workshops on Citation Management, as well as workshops on putting together Literature Reviews. Go to our Workshops Page for more information, to register, and the complete list of workshops.

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.

Featured Resource: Maine Bicentennial Collection

The Maine Bicentennial Collection on DigitalCommons@UMaine comprises documents from Raymond H. Fogler Library’s Special Collections that the library has selected as relevant to the 1820-2020 statehood celebration. The full-text documents and images provide a variety of perspectives on political, economic, social, business, and ethical issues that remain of contemporary interest in discussions on Maine today.

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