Monthly Archives: January 2017

Coming Up! Grad Studies Advanced Research Workshop

If you attended the Grad Studies Basic Research Workshop, this one is for you! Graduate students will explore more databases and search tools, the current information economy, and how to immerse yourself in the literature of your field so that

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Together: Open Mic Night this Thursday 6PM

Together: Open Mic Night this Thursday, open to all! Fiction, Poetry, Memoir, Spoken Word! 6PM in Pfau Library 4005 A fun and friendly gathering on a Thursday night, come share your work or sit back and enjoy your visionary friends! Now more than ever we need your voice,

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Library Research for Freshmen Workshops

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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Texas Poets Laureate: Poetry Reading Jan. 19

Texas Poets Laureate Karla K. Morton and Alan Birkelbach — both award-winning writers, each with 11 published books — will present a poetry reading at Cal State San Bernardino’s John M. Pfau Library on Thursday, Jan. 19, from noon-1:30 p.m.,

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Grad Studies Basic Workshop

In this workshop, graduate students will learn about the deep web, the literature review, and basic search strategies in general databases. You’ll also find out how to get research help in person, online, and via text messaging. Wednesday, January 25th

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Announcing the Thesis Digitization Project

Over the years Pfau Library has received many requests to make past CSUSB master’s theses and projects available online. The number of downloads already recorded worldwide for CSUSB’s most current theses (2014-present) reflects this interest. The library supports Open Access

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We have invested in a very sophisticated, yet easy-to-operate, self-service ScannxBook ScanCenter which you may use for free. Specially designed to make scanning from books easy (think textbooks on Course Reserves!), it also may be used to scan documents, etc.  

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Critical Info Literacy for GTAs Workshop

Meant for graduate teaching assistants working with lower division students, this one-hour workshop covers best practices for integrating critical information literacy into your courses, how to use the library website to find resources, and services available to both instructors and

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