Fogler Library Newsletter – 10/10/2023

In This Issue:

  • Maine Election Information
  • Literature Review Workshops for Graduate Students
  • News Center Maine Covers Fogler Library’s Censorship Salon
  • Literary Costume Contest
  • Featured Resource: National Agricultural Library Digital Collections

Maine Election Information

The Research & Instruction Department has updated the Maine & Local Elections guide to include information about the upcoming November elections. Take a look to get information on the referenda, municipal elections, and how to vote!

Literature Review Workshops for Graduate Students

Graduate Students are invited to learn about tools and strategies to help them make their literature searches more efficient. These include strategic searching, organizational methods, and synthesizing information.

Registration is required for Zoom workshops. Click on the date of the workshop to register for a Zoom session or to receive a calendar event for an in-person session.

October 16th @ 12pm – 1pm in Library Classroom 2

October 16th @ 4pm – 5pm on Zoom

News Center Maine Covers Fogler Library’s Censorship Salon

You can view News Center Maine’s coverage of Fogler Library’s censorship salon on their YouTube page.

Literary Costume Contest

Join us on Tuesday, October 31, 2023, from 3-5pm in Fogler’s Oakes Room for cider and snacks! Wear a Halloween costume that references any literary work and enter to win a $25 Bookstore Gift Card!

Featured Resource: National Agricultural Library Digital Collections

The National Agricultural Library Digital Repository is a searchable database of primarily historical agricultural documents. Documents include Economic Research Service publications, bulletins, reports, books, handbooks, yearbooks, and leaflets. Searching is by keyword with full use of Boolean operators and, or, and not. Searches can be limited by year and by particular publication.

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