General First-Year Outreach: Examples Ohio University Ohio University: 4+/pub/lge // Contact: Sherri Saines email@example.com The Code Game Learning Objectives:10 Things freshmen need to know about the library (Learning Objectives) 1. Librarians like to answer questions: 5 ways to talk…
Academic Seminar with Uniform Content Course Description: Bowling Green State University BGSU 4+/pub/med //Contact: Colleen Boff Honors Program First year students in the Honors Program are typically enrolled during their first semester in Honors 201: Introduction to Critical Thinking. I've been piloting the use of wikis …
General First-Year Outreach (not related to classes): Yale University Yale University: 4+/prv/med // Contact: Emily Horning Personal Librarian Program Our PL program matches each incoming freshman with a Yale librarian, or PL. The PLs send occasional announcements (approximately every 3-4 weeks)… …
General First-Year Outreach: Randolph-Macon College Randolph-Macon College: 4/priv/v sm : Megan Hodge, Circulation Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org Pirate Orientation We have students come through the library for a themed orientation...
Anyone! 2/4 year private/public small / medium / large
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