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Action Needed: Please Send Us Names of Graduating Student Workers

We have a small gift for all graduating student workers, and we will acknowledge them on social media (with their permission). So please send the names of these students to Jacqueline and Shannon at eibenj@missouri.edu and carysn@missouri.edu by December 1. Thanks!

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home Staff news Congratulations to Jara Anderson

Congratulations to Jara Anderson

Congratulations to Jara Anderson, the successful candidate for the RAIS position: Research and Instruction Librarian for Agriculture, Natural Resources and Extension. Jara will begin her new role, reporting to Rhonda Whithaus, on December 4th.

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Daylight Saving Time Ends This Weekend

Daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. on Sunday, November 5. That means you should move your clocks back one hour Saturday night before going to bed. It is also recommended that you use this as a reminder to change all batteries in fire alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.

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home Staff news Thank You to Everyone Who Helped with Homecoming!

Thank You to Everyone Who Helped with Homecoming!

Our Homecoming Open House was a big success! Thanks to everyone who helped out.

Megan Ballengee
Shannon Cary
Cindy Cotner
Emilee Flores
Zoe Homan
Jeannette Pierce
Nick Raines
Paula Roper
Tours: Abbie Brown and Mara Inge

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Marketing Highlight

Our “Celebrating Open Access Week” post was in the MU Healthy Today newsletter on Thursday.

home Staff news Huber Publishes on FOLIO Migration

Huber Publishes on FOLIO Migration

Seth Huber at the University of Missouri-Columbia has published an article “From Sierra to FOLIO: Cataloging Perspectives on Migration and Post-Implementation Impact” in the latest issue of the open access technical services journal TCB: Technical Services in Religion & Theology. (Note: The article is not in any way restricted to the field of religion and theology, but is part of a special issue dedicated to system migrations.) Some of the other articles in the issue cover data cleanup and migration planning more broadly.

Huber, Seth. 2023. “From Sierra to FOLIO: Cataloging Perspectives on Migration and Post-Implementation Impact”. TCB: Technical Services in Religion & Theology 31 (4):19-22. https://doi.org/10.31046/tcb.v31i4.3294.

home Resources and Services Watch Out for Fake Citations from ChatGPT

Watch Out for Fake Citations from ChatGPT

ChatGPT, one of the most popular artificial intelligence (AI) chatbots, uses a language model to respond to questions and compose various written content. Many college students use ChatGPT to help them complete assignments. While there are times when this can be helpful, it has limitations as a reliable research assistant. One thing you need to watch out for is that ChatGPT will sometimes “hallucinate” (fabricate) citations. The citations may sound legitimate and scholarly, but they are not real. If you try to find these sources through Google or the library, you will search in vain.

If you need help finding resources on a topic, just Ask a Librarian to help you find real resources so you can be successful on your next assignment!

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