Monthly Archives: April 2017

Latest Issue of Peacock: Real News From the Pfau Library!

Peacock: Real News From the Pfau Library, Spring 2017

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ALA to join March for Science on April 22 | American Libraries Magazine

ALA is joining more than 170 organizations to participate in the March for Science on April 22 and defend the vital role science plays within evidence-based policy making. Source: ALA to join March for Science on April 22 | American

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Workshops Just for Grad Students!

Hey graduate students, check out our workshops designed just for you! Grad Studies Basic Research: In this workshop, you’ll learn about the deep web, the literature review, and basic search strategies in general databases. You’ll also find out how to

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Library Research for Freshmen Workshop Next Week!

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

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“It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.”

On April 4th the story begins… “It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.” (Opening sentence of the novel 1984, by George Orwell.) See for yourself if Winston Smith’s life in the world of

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Workshop: Critical Information Literacy for Graduate Students

Meant for teaching assistants working with lower-division students, this one-hour workshop covers best practices for integrating critical information literacy into your courses, as well as services available to both instructors and students. Monday, April 10 5:00 – 6:00 pm PL-2005

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Library Hours, Spring 2017

Welcome back! Pfau Library’s regular hours for Spring Quarter are now in effect: Monday-Thursday 8 AM-11 PM Friday 8 AM-5 PM Saturday 9 AM-2 PM Sunday 1 PM-5 PM We’re open later during midterms and finals. For additional details, check

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