Fridays @ the Library: Maximizing Your Research Identity
Date: Friday, November 3, 2017
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm
Location: 213 Ellis Library and online
Are your students struggling with the cost of course materials? OER are free, openly licensed educational materials that provide alternatives to traditional textbooks. Learn more about campus resources that can help you find, create, and use high-quality OER.
Grace Atkins, Outreach Librarian
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The Mizzou Store is having an appreciation sale on Nov. 15 to thank all faculty and staff for all that they do to keep Mizzou running.
Sale includes but not limited to:
- Discounts past educational pricing on Apple Products
- 25% discount on Mizzou Gear & Gifts, ZOUtique, Cosmetics and clearance
Check out the latest Library Ambassadors newsletter.
Special Collections got a shout out on Twitter this week after a surprising instruction session: https://twitter.com/TheGreatKatee/status/920012886423957507.
Don’t forget to stop by the Homecoming Open House tomorrow at Ellis Library!
Penny Wars is H-U-G-E! Don’t miss out on the fun.
Several divisions are going gangbusters! We encourage all of you to participate. Find a penny on the ground? Heads up or otherwise, it will bring luck to someone less fortunate.
The Penny Wars along with the raffle and Candy count will end October 27th.
The division with the most change/money in their jar/s will win bragging rights for the whole year!
Start preparing your Halloween costumes and getting your treats together, because it’s time for reverse trick-or-treating at Women’s and Children’s Hospital. Last year the libraries participated and it was a wonderful time. We delivered goody bags that had coloring books, playdoh, toys, etc.
Reverse trick-or-treating will begin at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 31. If you are interested in participating, either by donating items or joining for the actual event, please email Taira Meadowcroft email@example.com
Things to consider for items you want to buy for the kids: “Candy is allowed, but there is a possibility some patients may have restricted diets, so sugar-free candy or toys are also welcome. Suggested treats include stickers, pencils, costume jewelry, toy cars, bouncy balls, key chains, coloring books, Play-Doh and items appropriate for teenagers. Because of latex allergies and choking hazards, no latex balloons are allowed.”
“Campus launches ‘With Illinois’ campaign”
iSchool at Illinois: News & Notes, October 2017