Assignment Creation with the Library
Professors often want students to do in-depth work in the library, but creating library based assignments can be headache inducing with constant changes in technology and web content. Learn how to avoid assignment pitfalls and create library assignments that are relevant for multiple semesters regardless of technological shifts in this library workshop.
Intended Audience: Faculty
Dates & Times: Thursday, April 17, Noon
Instructor: Melissa Engleman
Did Grandma really get married in Las Vegas? When did my ancestors first set foot in the U.S.? When and where did they first settle in Wisconsin? Am I really a distant cousin of Crazy Bill? If you are curious about aspects of your family's past and have never before used our Ancestry.com Library Edition database, come to this introductory session. Bring with you the names, dates, and places of birth, marriage, and death of some of your ancestors (or older living relatives), and find out whether you can discover anything new about them or track their (and thus your) roots further back.
Intended Audience: Campus Wide
Dates & Times: Thursday, May 1, Noon
Instructor: Axel Schmetzke