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Guide to University Libraries' First Year Success Series Sessions

Resources related to FYSS Sessions offered by University Libraries

Welcome to the guide for University Libraries' First Year Success Series Sessions! Explore the tabs on the left to learn more about the different sessions or read a quick description of each below.

OSU Libraries FYSS Sessions

Accessing the Library with Your iPad So, you have a shiny new iPad. What can you do with it? When it comes to accessing and using library resources, your iPad can help you save time and stress less. In the session you will explore the library website to find ways to get help and access digital library content. And learn how to use specific iPad features to store and mark up PDFs from the library and other web content, and make reading sources quick and easy.

Complete this session in Carmen at your own pace. It will take about 60 minutes total. Within two business days of registering, you will be added to the Carmen course.

Droppin' Science: Introduction to Hip Hop Research Taught by our African American and African Studies Librarian, Leta Hendricks, Droppin’ Science is an innovative and interactive session that introduces participants to basic research methods and resources. This 75-minute session uses the theme of Hip Hop Culture to explore the subject matter through group discussions and develop research skills for lifelong learning. 


 

Librarian

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Beth Black
Contact:
221B Thompson Library, 1858 Neil Ave, Columbus, OH 43210
614-688-5428