Fogler Library Newsletter – January 16, 2024

In This Issue:

  • Navigate Appointments with Librarians
  • Fogler Website Redesign Survey
  • Zoom: Fogler Retro Chic
  • Featured Resource: Guide to Citation Managers

Navigate Appointments with Librarians

We’d like to remind folks that one way to schedule appointments with Research & Instruction and Special Collections Librarians is through Navigate. We are happy to provide help with your research!

Fogler Website Redesign Survey

In case you missed it, Fogler Library is on a mission to refresh its website, and we’d love your input. If you could spare 5-10 minutes for our survey, it would be immensely helpful. Share your thoughts on our current online presence, making our website the best it’s ever been. The survey will remain open until the end of January. Thanks!

Zoom: Fogler Retro Chic

With new signage, our yesteryear phone booths and study carrels have been repurposed as privacy booths and areas for Zoom meetings. Come visit us at the North Entrance and the Info Commons and take upcycling to a whole new level!

Collage of various spaces in the library that can be used for private virtual meetings and phone calls.

Featured Resource: Guide to Citation Managers

A citation manager helps you “capture” records of articles, books, and other publications as you are researching, organize them as needed for your future use, and from these records create in-text citations and bibliographies in your preferred citation style. The Guide to Citation Managers provides useful information about choosing a citation manager.

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