Orientations for Grad Students

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One of my favorite weeks of the year is the week before Labor Day. That's because I have the opportunity to tell a couple of hundred new graduate students about the great resources we have at University Libraries. Unfortunately, the talks always fly by, and by the end of a long orientation day I know that students will barely remember the tips I mentioned.

If you're struggling to remember what I said last week, maybe looking at the handout and presentation I gave will help:


Library Hacks (handout I used for all Fall 2011 orientations)

Not enough? Feel free to email me to ask questions or schedule an appointment, or find me in the KHKH Rice Student Center on Thursdays 3-4,

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