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Schedule for September 23, 2003, Tuesday, at NU Main Library

Time

Sessions

Location

8:30 AM -- 9:00 AM Continental Breakfast
Very brief welcome and introduction to the day's event.
David F. Bishop, University Librarian
John Bushnell, Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies, Judd A. and Marjorie Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences (WCAS)

Ver Steeg Faculty Lounge, 3 South Tower
9:00 AM -- 10:30 AM EndNote Session
Jeffrey Garrett, Assistant University Librarian for Collection Management & Bibliographer for American Literature, Linguistics, & Classics;
Julie Borden, Electronic Reference Services Librarian and Scott Garton, Reference Librarian

Forum Room
, 2 South Tower
10:30 AM -- 10:45 AM
Break --Cold beverages
Outside the Forum Room, 2 South Tower
10:45 AM -- 12:15 PM Faculty Forum
Daniel Garrison, Professor of Classics
Cynthia Robin, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Martin Mueller, Professor of English and Classics
Sarah Fraser, Associate Professor of Art History
Christopher Kennedy, Associate Professor of Linguistics
Carl Smith, Professor of English, American Studies, and History
Forum Room, 2 South Tower
12:15 PM -- 1:25 PM Lunch
Brief comments.
Daniel Linzer, Dean, Judd A. and Marjorie Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences (WCAS)
Ver Steeg Faculty Lounge, 3 South Tower
1:30 PM -- 2:30 PM Subject-Oriented Sessions
Cognition, Humanities, and Information Technology (IT): New Frontiers in Art Research PC Classroom B183, Lower Level
Effective Use of Electronic Journals
Session A: Examples from literary journals
New Reference Classroom, 2 East Tower
Effective Use of Electronic Journals
Session B: Examples from historical sources and U.S. Government Materials
2EAST Conference Room, # 2628, 2 East Tower
Introduction to British Studies Old Reference Classroom, 1st Floor
Medieval/Early Modern Continental European Studies 2699B Library Staff Training Lab, 2EAST
2:30 PM -- 2:45 PM Break  
2:45 PM -- 3:45 PM Subject-Oriented Sessions
Bodies, Genders, and Beyond: Electronic Resources for Gender Studies New Reference Classroom, 2 East Tower
British National Corpus and Other Linguistic Corpora Online 2EAST Conference Room, # 2628, 2 East Tower
Electronic Resources for the Study of Philosophy and the History of Ideas PC Classroom B183, Lower Level
Electronic Resources in American Literature, History, and Culture Old Reference Classroom, 1st Floor
Using Digital Resources for Teaching and Research in Slavic Languages and Cultures 2699B Library Staff Training Lab, 2EAST
3:45 PM -- 4:15 PM Closing Remarks
Ver Steeg Faculty Lounge, 3 South Tower
4:15 PM -- 5:00 PM Reception Ver Steeg Faculty Lounge, 3 South Tower