On Wednesday, February 24, Anastasia Tsang, a student assistant at KSL, wrote a blog post on the library as part of an Instagram takeover with CWRU Undergraduate Admission. In her post, Anastasia shares her favorite spaces within the library and highlights services such as…
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Check out KSL's newly transformed, online library instruction support services and resources:
Virtual Support Consultations. KSL Librarians can meet online or by phone to review course content and present options for scaffolding library research literacy, information seeking, topic scoping and other important skills into your courses and Canvas course sites.
KSL Instruction Hub. Newly-authored, on-demand learning modules (20 total, with more on the way), downloadable from Canvas Commons, provide convenience and flexibility in incorporating learning content directly into your Canvas course sites. Modules address: foundation skills for First Seminar and lower division undergraduate students; skills for University Seminar and other undergraduate students engaged in project and paper research; and specialized resource and research management tool orientations for upper-division undergraduate and graduate students. The modules also can be shared publicly or embedded into other platforms with the module's unique link.
Synchronous In-Class Zoom Visits. Whether for a single class period or through shorter, mini-visits during the semester, our live Zoom sessions engage students with customized activities and discussions that directly relate to course assignments and learning objectives.
Mar 1810:00 am
Welcome Back, Students: Things to Know About the Kelvin Smith Library
Welcome back to the Kelvin Smith Library! Our highest priorities are to ensure your health and safety and to provide a warm, inviting and productive space for your study and research. The library adheres strictly to all state and university…
Engineering Week Challenge
Join the KSL challenge to celebrate Engineering Week (E-Week)!
February 24; 9am - 7pm
Challenge your research skills by answering ten questions about engineering sources. The top three winners will receive prizes provided by KSL!