This is my latest newsletter for Spring 2020 about the services I provide for my patrons, new resources we have recently acquired in the UF libraries, information about the Canvas Librarian Role, information about upcoming library events for the month of January, and 10 of our most recent book acquisitions.
Welcome back (and welcome) to the University of Florida. My newsletter for Fall 2019 is out. In this newsletter, I highlight the services I provide for my patrons and new resources we have recently acquired in the UF libraries. I also provide information about the IR@UF and ORCID, quick facts about the Graduate Student Workshop Series we are hosting and our faculty and graduate carrels. Finally, I list 10 of our most recent book acquisitions.
This is a newsletter for Spring 2018 about the services I provide for my patrons, new resources we have acquired in the UF libraries, more information about the European PDA and the Digital Scholarship at UF Workshop, a few quick facts, and recent book acquisitions: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/IR00010192/00001
Hello everyone, My newsletter for Fall 2017 is out. In it you will find the following information: the services I provide, new resources at the UF Libraries, more information about UF’s institutional repository IR@UF as well as about ORCID, a few quick facts and news, and finally a selection of our latest book acquisitions. Bonne lecture.
With the beginning of a new semester, I decided to create a newsletter highlighting a few topics. In this newsletter, UF faculty and students from the departments with which I liaise can find more information about Library West’ s One Button Studio, FLARE, the services I provide, new resources, and a few quick facts.
So far the feedback has been positive. I thought I would try something different this year in terms of outreach. Liaison librarians, how do you reach out to your faculty? What has proved effective? What has failed? I am curious to hear your stories.