Thanks to social networking, decent headshots have become an important part of landing that job or making professional connections. The Learning Commons @ Rod Library is here to help! We're hosting a free photo shoot on the following days:
Thanks to all who stopped by to check out our first Artemis simulator run at RodCon!
By popular demand, we'll running Artemis as a de-stresser activity from 12pm - 1pm the Tuesday and Thursday of Finals Week (May 5 & 7, 2015). Release your inner Kirk, Solo, Picard, Adama, Akbar or Mal Reynolds with five of your friends!
Though it's promoted as a fun party game, Artemis is also an excellent teaching tool for:
Please consider donating books you no longer need to raise funds for Room to Read, an organization focused on increasing literacy rates across the world. You can drop off your textbooks/books in the Rod Library lobby or the Schindler Education Center lobby in the green cardboard bins now through April 22.
Join your friends at Rod Library as we celebrate National Library Week, with games, contests, and other special events. Special events will be posted in our blog and on our events calendar!
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Rod Library has partnered with the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs, and Center for Academic Ethics to sponsor a campus presentation by Stephanie Davis-Kahl, Scholarly Communication Librarian and Associate Professor at Illinois Wesleyan University, scheduled for Thursday, April 16,
Here's a handy browser trick: do you juggle multiple user accounts and logins for the same web services (like Google, Twitter, and Facebook), due to school and work obligations? Does your browser get really jumbled as a result? Chrome allows you to create multiple 'users' so that you can be logged into separate accounts at the same time. Here's an example of how it works:
Professor McClain was a long-time faculty member of the Malcolm Price Laboratory School and the UNI College of Education. Professor McClain was a leading voice for diversity on campus. For many years she headed the Minorities in Education program, which brought a large number of students to campus to earn their professional teaching credentia