Monthly Archives: May 2016

June 6th: Last Library Research for Freshmen Workshop!

If you haven’t yet had a chance to catch a Library Research for Freshmen workshop, fear not! Join us on Monday, June 6th, from 4:00 – 4:50 in Pfau Library, room PL-2005. There will be snacks! For a workshop description

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Media Reviews: Blackfish

Blackfish     2013, 83 mins., directed and written by Gabriela Cowperthwaite. This is the controversial documentary that tells the story of Tilikum, a killer whale, or orca (called “blackfish” in Native American lore). Held in captivity for years at amusement

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Upcoming Workshop: Queer Digital Histories

Digitization of archival materials has allowed us to access and listen to a variety of voices that have been marginalized throughout history. Attendees will leave with a number of tools for conducting research related to LGBTQ history — discover oral

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The Scholarly Conversation? What?

The scholarly conversation: it’s how researchers study, analyze, debate, and make knowledge. It’s a giant web of intricate interactions, and if you understand how it works, the whole research process will make more sense. Join us at this workshop and

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Library Research for Freshmen Workshop

Meant for those new to CSUSB, or for those who could simply use a refresher, this workshop provides an introduction to research through John M. Pfau Library. Students will gain a better understanding of why it’s necessary to use the

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