Getting Your Bearings: Library Orientation for New Graduate Students

If you're a graduate student, you may wish to attend one of our "Getting Your Bearings" orientations, designed to help you begin using the powerful information tools at your disposal and to point you to some of the most important library services and personnel at Butler Library and elsewhere on campus.  

The Libraries will be offering six "Getting Your Bearings" sessions to introduce graduate researchers to our collections and services.

The sessions begin with a 40 to 45 minute tour of key points and  services in Butler Library, including an intro to our Rare Book and
Manuscript library.  This is likely to be of most interest and  relevance to people working in the humanities, history, and social
sciences. The tours will begin at the Reference Desk in  Butler 301. 

Tuesday, August 27, 11:30-1:00
Wednesday, August 28, 11:30-1:00
Thursday, August 29, 3:00-4:30
Friday, August 30, 10:30-12:00
Tuesday, September 3, 4:00-5:30
Wednesday, September 4, 10:30-12:00

 The second half of the session,  which will take place in Butler  306, will be devoted to an overview of the Libraries' online information  system and ways to get the most out of it, and would be of value to all graduate students.  Participants who want to attend only the second half should feel free  come directly to Butler 306 about 40 to 45 minutes after the beginning  of tour.


2 thoughts on “Getting Your Bearings: Library Orientation for New Graduate Students

  1. Hello, 
    In the following months are there going to be more Library Orientation for Graduate Students?
    Thanks in advance, 

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