December 3, 10-11 a.m.: Tech Update, Foster Auditorium. Libraries Technology 2.0 – Come hear what’s new in I-Tech and how it will impact the Libraries.
- The new face of Library IT
1. User Support and Operations Unit – Michelle Dzyak
2. Applications Development and Systems Support Unit – Linda Klimczyk
3. Discovery, Access and Web Services Unit – Binky Lush
4. IT Projects and You – Linda Klimczyk and Dace Freivalds
- ScholarSphere 2.0: What’s New, and What’s Coming – Patricia Hswe
December 3, noon: Analysis of Traditional and Modern Approaches to Goat Production and Management in Rwanda, Foster Aud. ICIK seminar presented by Schreyer senior Kira Hydock.
December 3 – 1–2 p.m. So HELP Me, Part 1. Register in TechSmart.
December 3, 12:15 p.m.: Mind Your Mind (film). How subliminal messages from advertising, politicians, and mass media shape the way we think. 18 Deike. See schedule
December 3, 2–4 p.m.: Introduction to Git, 140 Pattee Library (Knowledge Commons)
Instructor: Dan Coughlin, director of SaS Development. To register, visit the Humanities Lab website.
December 3, 6 p.m.: Identity Theft: Protecting Yourself, a workshop, Mann Assembly Rm.
December 4, noon–2:00 p.m.: Digital Literary Studies Seminar Series Part III. Digital Scholarly Editing, 23 Pattee Library (News and Microforms Library). Instructors: Dawn Childress and James O’Sullivan. To register, visit the Humanities Lab website.
December 5, 1-2 p.m.: So HELP Me, Part 2. Register in TechSmart.
December 9, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.: Penn State Press Holiday Book Sale, Kern Building lobby.
December 10, 12:15 p.m.: Truth about Exercise (film). Not all exercises “work out” equally. 18 Deike. See schedule
December 10, noon -4 p.m.: Holiday Arts and Craft sale to benefit United Way, Mann Assembly room.
December 11, 3-4 p.m.: So HELP Me, Part 2. Register in TechSmart.