How We Spent Our Summer Vacation 2019

Posted September 10th, 2019 at 4:29 pm.

Highlighting Top Resources for Students

Shining a Spotlight on Security

Welcoming New Colleagues

Maria Ocando Finol
Educational Technology Specialist

Ryan Floody
Technical Support Specialist

Victoria Karasic
Educational Technology Specialist

Allison Mills
College Archivist

Matthew Shields
Network and Systems Engineer

Launching Domain of One’s Own

Domain of One's Own LogoMuch as Virginia Woolf believed a room of one’s own gave women the figurative and literal space necessary to become writers, a Domain of One’s Own can give 21st-century creators the digital space needed to experiment, develop digital competencies, and pursue digital scholarship and creative work. Host a website, digital research project, or e-portfolio using popular open source tools such as WordPress, Omeka, Scalar or MediaWiki! See the Domain of One’s Own service page more information about how to get started.

Emptying the New Book Drop

Library book drop outside of CanadayThat’s right…the libraries have a BOOK DROP! Located to the right of Canaday’s front entrance next to the bike rack, this large-and-in-charge beauty welcomes returns for any Tri-College library. Please continue to return reserves, multimedia equipment, laptops, and recalled library materials to the circulation desk!

Opening Studio 313

Do you need a quiet space to record video or audio? Come visit Studio 313, the new Web Recording Studio we are piloting on the 3rd floor of Canaday Library! Visit the Circulation Desk on the 1st floor of Canaday and use your OneCard to check out a key or schedule an in-person orientation. Let us know what you think!

Listening to YOU!

Listening Tour Logo

We’re on tour and we want to hear from YOU! Katie Surkin and Melissa Cresswell are traveling around campus throughout summer and fall listening to your questions and concerns. In the summer months we focused on engaging with staff colleagues, and after the fall semester is underway we’ll be reaching out to faculty and students. Pick a time, name the place, and we’ll see you there!

Keep up with @BrynMawrLITS on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and on the LITS Blog! Subscribe to all posts or just System Status – so you know what’s up (or down), and when.

We’re here to help – don’t hesitate to contact us at help@brynmawr.edu or 610-526-7440. Visit us in the library or online at lits.brynmawr.edu.

Filed under: Announcements,Learning Opportunities,LITS News,New Services by Melissa Cresswell

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