Whenever some sort of unusual phenomenon is happening in town, the courageous ghost hunting heroes always head to the library to learn who might be haunting the town. Want to learn about mayhem that may have happened in your town? Attend this session for tips on searching through historical newspapers.
OICD Career Peers Kira and Alisha will discuss the fundamentals of setting up a LinkedIn profile, as well as why a persuasive profile can be an incredible professional tool. Learn how to use LinkedIn as a resume and portfolio and a tool for networking.
Today is World Statistics Day! World Statistics Day is celebrated every 5 years on October 20th. This year is the 3rd celebration of the resolution. To learn more about the history of the celebration and the campaign by the Statistics Division of the United Nations Department of Economic Affairs, visit https://worldstatisticsday.org/
Previously this semester, we featured Statistical Data and Databases in our Skill Builder Series. See the video below to learn about which Databases to use through McCain Library to find data and data sets.
Did you know that McCain Library provides access to LGBTQ+ newspapers, magazines, and archival materials? You can review records from ACT UP, Mattachine Society, Lesbian Herstory Archives, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Historical Society and more. In this workshop we will guide you through three databases: Archives of Sexuality & Gender, LBGTQ+ Source, and LGBT Thought and Culture. Plus we will highlight our Queer Cinema Guide.