Library tours offered all semester
Library 101 provides quick training
August 30, 2010
Story by Marissa Chavez, OSU Library Communications Intern
For Immediate Release
STILLWATER - This fall, all students, from the overwhelmed freshmen to the studious graduate students, should take advantage of Library 101, a general introduction to the library facilities and services.
“Not all students are aware of the vast amount of tools the Library offers," OSU Librarian Dan Chaney said. “Library 101 is a valuable orientation every student should utilize and can help with succeeding in school."
Library 101 is a one-hour, free to the public, orientation to the OSU Libraries. It includes a 30-minute walking tour of the Edmon Low Library, which starts at the Information desk on the first floor. Librarians walk the tour group through the building while pointing out a variety of services and providing basic information about research materials in the Library.
Each tour is followed by a 30-minute introduction to the OSU Library website and catalog. The hands-on training sessions are conducted in Room 206, the Library's computer training lab.
During the first two weeks of school, Library 101 is offered Monday-Friday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and then once a week throughout the semester.
For more information, visit www.library.okstate.edu/bi/library101.
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Last Updated: 31 August 2010