Breakout Sessions

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Instructors
British National Corpus and Other Linguistic Corpora Online Jeff Garrett, Bibliographer for Linguistics and Assistant University Librarian for Collection Management
E-Sources for the Study of Medieval and Early Modern Continental Europe

Martin Mueller, Professor of English

Effective Use of Electronic Journals

Harriet Lightman, Bibliographer for History, Economics, and Philosophy; and Beth Clausen, Head, Government Publications & Maps Department

Electronic Resources for the Study of the Early Modern British World

Bill McHugh, Reference Collection Management Librarian

From the American Revolution to the First World War: An Introduction to Electronic Resources for the Study of the United States

Harriet Lightman, Bibliographer for History; and Carl Smith, Professor of English, American Studies, and History

Gender Studies through Electronic Resources Sally Roberts, Reference Curriculum Integration Librarian, Reference Department; and Kristine Thorsen, Acting Bibliographer for Foreign Languages & Literatures and Lecturer in German, Judd A. and Marjorie Weinberg College of Arts & Sciences (WCAS)

Introduction to Slavic Resources

Tom Mann, Bibliographer for Slavic Languages & Literatures

Philosophical and Religious Studies Resources Online

Rochelle Elstein, Bibliographer for Religion & Jewish Studies; Sally Roberts, Curriculum Integration Librarian, Reference Department; and tbd.

Urban E-Spaces Russ Clement, Art Librarian; and Carl Smith, Professor of English, American Studies, and History