This workshop will provide a brief overview of selected resources for statistics, data, data visualization, and simulations, which are readily available. Emphasis will be on free resources, but relevant Library-subscribed resources will be included.
There will be time for questions during the webinar, but if you have any in advance please feel free to share them with presenter Sandra Keys, Liaison Librarian for Accounting and Finance, Economics, Classical Studies, Medieval Studies, and Religious Studies, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This collection of special Goose Week drawings was created by alumnus Andy Cho. Enjoy!
Create a comic strip worthy of a goose!
Take part in the Library's Goose Week escape adventure!
Have you ever wondered what your inner goose personality is? Now you can find out!
It's back and feathery than ever! Get down with these silly online goose activities at the Library!
Looking for something to read during Goose Week?
Missing the geese on campus? Play these online puzzles we created just for Goose Week.
Have some fun with our virtual green screen and walk a mile in their webbed feet with some larger-than-life geese. Send us your photos and we will turn them into vibrant virtual green screen images.
Join our Goose Week scavenger hunt through the Library's website and discover online services and resources.
Learn to identify and locate the Best OER’s in STEM disciplines.
There will be time for questions during the webinar, but if you have any in advance please feel free to share them with presenter Kathy Szigeti, Science, Engineering, and Research Data Management Librarian, at email@example.com.
This workshop will address three questions:
- What are OER courses?
- Where can I find OER course materials?
- How can I incorporate OER course materials in my own teaching?
There will be time for questions during the webinar, but if you have any in advance please feel free to share them with presenter R. Antonio Muñoz Gómez , Cataloguing and Metadata Librarian, at firstname.lastname@example.org.