Upcoming Events and Workshops

FALL 2019

Aug. to Oct.Toni Morrison exhibition
Time: 8:00 a.m. to 11:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 8:00 a.m. to 10:45 p.m. Friday; 9:00 a.m. to 10:45 p.m. Saturday; and 9:00 a.m. to 11:45 p.m. Sunday
Location: Firestone Library Lobby
Description: As the world mourns the passing of Toni Morrison, Nobel Laureate in Literature and Robert F. Goheen Professor in the Humanities, Emeritus, at Princeton University, Princeton University Library presents in her memory a selection of first editions, translations, corrected typescripts, and a handwritten first draft of her novels.
Audience: Open to public
Contact: Don Skemer, Curator of Manuscripts
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Sept. 12 to Dec. 15: Gutenberg & After: Europe's First Printers 1450-1470
Time: 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Location: Ellen and Leonard Milberg Gallery
Description: Showcasing the rare and unique collections in Princeton's Scheide Library and nine other leading institutions, Gutenberg & After tells the story of the two decades that transformed text production and distribution across Europe.
Audience: Open to public
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Sept. 18: Workshop - Resources for Operations Research & Financial Engineering (ORFE) majors
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: Engineering Library, Room 105
Description: Learn more about the resources and services available at the library with Finance Research Librarian Bobbi Coffey and Engineering Librarian Willow Dressel.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Willow Dressel, Engineering Librarian
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Sept. 18: Workshop - The Machines That Made Them: Identifying Twentieth-Century Duplicating Technologies
Time: 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Location: Firestone Library, Rare Books and Special Collections, C floor, Large classroom
Description: A workshop with bookseller Brian Cassidy. Despite more than a century of near-ubiquity, duplicated materials remain poorly studied and understood — even among collectors, curators, booksellers, and scholars who frequently handle them. But to misunderstand, for example, what separates a xerox from a mimeograph, or to be unable to distinguish a ditto from a hectograph can have profound implications in our interpretations of books and texts.  This workshop will introduce the various duplicating technologies (from spirit duplication and xerography to electrofax and verifax) and explain their particular characteristics, with examples from typical publications and documents produced by these means. We will also differentiate duplication from printing, and begin to discuss some of the bibliographic implications of these technologies.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Gabriel Swift, Reference Librarian for Special Collections
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Sept. 19: Workshop - Qualitative Coding with Nvivo
Time: 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Stokes Library, Wallace Hall, Room 70
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Seth Porter, Stokes Head Librarian
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Sept. 23: Workshop - Introduction to ArcGIS Pro
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: A Geographic Information System (GIS) combines software and digital geographic data to generate maps, tables and interactive analyses of spatial information. Princeton faculty, students and staff use GIS technology to manage resources, explore spatial relationships, and visualize change. The class, intended for those with no previous GIS experience, describes the technology and includes simple exercises to introduce its capabilities.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Sept. 24: Workshop - Introduction to QGIS
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: QGIS is an open-source GIS desktop software package. It has many features found in other desktop GIS software, runs on Linux/Unix, MacOS, and Windows operating systems and is available at no cost. Intended for anyone new to GIS technology, this training uses QGIS on Windows to show how to load geospatial data, add on-line map services, extract selected data, and make simple maps. The training may also be useful to users of other desktop GIS software. 
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Sept. 25: Workshop - How to Create and Collect Geographic Data using ArcGIS Pro
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: In this class, students will learn how to collect geographic data from Google maps and Google Earth, how to add GPS data to GIS software, and how to georeference a scanned map. The exercise will also show how to extract points, lines and areas from the georeferenced map.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Sept: 25: Workshop - Introduction to LaTex with Overleaf
Time: 4 p.m.
Location: Engineering Library, Room 105
Description: Learn more about Overleaf, an online, collaborative writing tool, with Engineering Librarian Willow Dressel.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Willow Dressel, Engineering Librarian
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Sept. 25: "Collections as Data" Discussion Series - Data Visualization of our Collective Collections
Time: 12:00 to 1:30 p.m.
Location: Center for Digital Humanities, Firestone, Floor B
Description: Our partnership with ReCAP and the Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation gives us access to collections that are vast, varied, and owned and managed by many universities and organizations. Join us to explore data visualization examples of our collective collections. After brief presentations, we will conduct an active learning activity to brainstorm how Princeton University Library can best use and represent the millions of items available for research.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Anu Vedantham
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Sept. 26: Workshop - Qualitative Coding with Open Source Software - QDA Miner Lite
Time: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Location: Stokes Library, Wallace Hall, Room 70
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Seth Porter, Stokes Head Librarian
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Sept. 26: Workshop - How to Create and Collect Geographic Data using QGIS
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: In this class, students will learn how to collect geographic data from Google maps and Google Earth, how to add GPS data to GIS software, and how to georeference a scanned map. The exercise will also show how to extract points, lines and areas from the georeferenced map.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Sept. 27: Workshop - Zotero Software Training
Time: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Location: Stokes Library, Wallace Hall, lower level
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Elana Broch, Assistant Population Research Librarian
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Sept. 30: Workshop - Select and Analyze Geographic Features and Data with ArcGIS Pro
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: ArcGIS Pro has a powerful set of software tools to visually explore and analyze spatial information. Point, line, and area features (vector data) are both geographic objects on a map and records in a table. Such features can be selected by location or by the values stored in a feature’s record. These simple capabilities allow the GIS user to conduct complex analyses. The session uses data for central New Jersey to calculate the area of land use types near streams, the extent of paved surfaces, and other measures.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Oct. 1: Workshop - Select and Analyze Geographic Features and Data with QGIS
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: QGIS has an excellent interface for exploring and analyzing spatial information. Point, line, and area features (vector data) are both geographic objects on a map and records in a table. Such features can be selected by location or by the values stored in a feature’s record. These simple capabilities allow the GIS user to conduct complex analyses. The session uses data for central New Jersey to calculate the area of land use types near streams, the extent of paved surfaces, and other measures.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Oct. 2: Introduction to Virtual Reality: Free-Play
Time: 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Location: Stokes Library, Wallace Hall, Room 70
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Seth Porter, Stokes Head Librarian
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Oct. 2: Workshop - Finding the Best Location using ArcGIS Pro
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: GIS software allows the user to treat the Earth’s surface as a continuous array of numbers. Images and raster datasets can be used to rank suitable locations, estimate change, and display phenomena such as elevation, precipitation, or temperature. The session uses land use, distance from streams, and elevation to rank the relative suitability of different areas. This ‘weighted overlay’ method is useful in a variety of contexts.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Oct. 2: Workshop - Using Mendeley with LaTex
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: Engineering Library, Room 105
Description: Learn more about how you can use reference tool Mendeley with LaTex from Engineering Librarian Willow Dressel.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Willow Dressel, Engineering Librarian
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Oct. 3: Workshop - Finding the Best Location using QGIS
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: GIS software allows the user to treat the Earth’s surface as a continuous array of numbers. Images and raster datasets can be used to rank suitable locations, estimate change, and display phenomena such as elevation, precipitation, or temperature. The session uses land use, distance from streams, and elevation to rank the relative suitability of different areas. This ‘weighted overlay’ method is useful in a variety of contexts.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Oct. 7: Workshop - Using Tables and Maps together in ArcGIS Pro
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: ArcGIS Pro has many different ways to access data sets, display them in a map, and analyze relationships over time and space. US Census data can be integrated with GIS boundary files to analyze the spatial relationships of poverty, ethnicity, environmental risk, and other parameters. Hands-on examples will show how to find and download demographic data, how to combine the data with GIS files, and how to view the data in Pro. The session will assist any GIS user who wants to include tabular data in a spatial analysis.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Oct. 8: Workshop - Using Tables and Maps together in QGIS
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: US Census data can be integrated with GIS boundary files to analyze the spatial relationships of poverty, ethnicity, environmental risk, and other parameters. Hands-on examples will show how to find and download demographic data, how to combine the data with GIS files, and how to view the data in QGIS. The session will assist any GIS user who wants to include tabular data in a spatial analysis.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Oct. 9: Workshop - Making Maps and Presentations using ArcGIS Pro
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: Maps can be extremely effective in communicating knowledge about an area. ArcGIS Pro has a variety of tools and techniques to design maps. Hands-on exercises will show how to use map-making tools within the software, and introduce common cartographic techniques. The session will discuss how to design maps for a variety of presentation formats.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Oct. 9: Workshop - Beyond Google: Databases for Engineers
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: Engineering Library, Room 105
Description: Learn more about the databases available at the library with Engineering Librarian Willow Dressel.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Willow Dressel, Engineering Librarian
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Oct. 10: Workshop - Making Maps and Presentations using QGIS
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: Maps can be extremely effective in communicating knowledge about an area. QGIS has many tools and techniques to design maps. Hands-on exercises will show how to use map-making tools within the software, and introduce common cartographic techniques. The session will discuss how to design maps for a variety of presentation formats.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Oct. 11: Workshop - Intro to Data Visualization
Time: 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Location: Stokes Library, Wallace Hall, Room
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Elana Broch, Assistant Population Research Librarian
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Oct. 11: Workshop - Intro to Wikipedia
Time: 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: Wikipedia, everyone's goto resource for finding quick information. Join this workshop to get an overview of the scope of Wikipedia, from portals and projects, Talk pages and assessment, to associated groups like WikiData and WikiEdu. Great way to learn all you did not know about this amazing resource!
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Kelee Pacion, Biology and Environmental Sciences Librarian

Oct. 15: Urban Institute: Data Visualization 
Times: 1:30 to 2:30 p.m., 3:00 to 4:00 p.m., 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.
Location: Stokes Library, Wallace Hall, Room 70
Audience: WWS master's students only
Jonathan Schwabish, Senior Fellow

Oct. 15: Workshop - Endnote
Time: 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: Do you want to spend your time keeping track of articles, or do you want to spend your time reading, thinking, working, and writing? EndNote can help you get there. In this session, you will learn how to use Endnote to save and organize articles and materials and automatically create and format bibliographies so you can spend less time dealing with citations and more time focusing on your work.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Denise Hersey, Head Science Librarian and Kelee Pacion, Biology and Environmental Sciences Librarian

Oct. 16: Workshop - Resources for Electrical Engineering majors
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: Engineering Library, Room 105
Description: Learn more about the resources and services available at the library with Engineering Librarian Willow Dressel.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Willow Dressel, Engineering Librarian
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Oct. 17: Workshop - Qualitative Visualization with MAXQA
Time: 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Location: Stokes Library, Wallace Hall, Room 70
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Seth Porter, Stokes Head Librarian
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Oct. 18: Workshop - Intro to Data Analysis with R
Time: 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location: Stokes Library, Wallace Hall, Room 70
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Oscar Torres-Reyna, DSS Consultant, DSS Lab
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Oct. 18: Workshop - Intro to Data Analysis with Stata
Time: 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Location: Stokes Library, Wallace Hall, Room 70
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Oscar Torres-Reyna, DSS Consultant, DSS Lab
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Oct. 18: Workshop - Editing Wikipedia
Time: 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: Sure, anyone can edit Wikipedia, but how do you actually engage with the platform to make a lasting contribution? This workshop will cover the basics of editing, how to select articles to edit, and help you find your 'best fit' for the variety of edits that help Wikipedia grow. Learn some funny stories about past vandals and share your Wikipedia experience in this hands on workhop.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Kelee Pacion, Biology and Environmental Sciences Librarian

Oct. 21: Workshop - Supervised Image Classification using ArcGIS Pro
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: ArcGIS Pro has many tools to classify satellite images and air photos into land use and land cover categories. This session will introduce the Raster Functions pane and the Image Classification Wizard, and will work with Landsat images of New Jersey to conduct a supervised land use/land cover classification.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Oct. 22: Workshop - Supervised Image Classification using QGIS
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: The Semi-Automatic Classification Plugin for QGIS has many tools to download satellite images, and to classify satellite images and air photos into land use and land cover categories. This session will work with Landsat images of New Jersey to conduct a supervised land use/land cover classification.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Oct. 23: Workshop - Using ModelBuilder in ArcGIS Pro
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: GIS users often want to run a process multiple times, changing the inputs, parameters, or summaries generated. ArcGIS Pro has many ways to help users automate processes. The exercises show users how to use graphic tools in ModelBuilder, how to run models iteratively, and how to extract arcpy commands for use in Python scripts.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Oct. 23: Workshop - Resources for Chemical and Biological Engineering majors
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: Engineering Library, Room 105
Description: Learn more about the resources and services available at the library with Engineering Librarian Willow Dressel.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Willow Dressel, Engineering Librarian
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Oct. 24: Workshop - Using Tools to Create Models in QGIS
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: GIS users often want to run a process multiple times, changing the inputs, parameters, or summaries generated. ArcGIS Pro has many ways to help users automate processes. The exercises show users how to use graphic tools in ModelBuilder, how to run models iteratively, and how to extract arcpy commands for use in Python scripts.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Oct. 25: Workshop - Intro to ArcGIS
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Stokes Library, Wallace Hall, Room 70
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Wangyal Shawa, GIS and Map Librarian
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Oct. 30: "Collections as Data" Discussion Series
Time: 12:00 to 1:30 p.m.
Location: Center for Digital Humanities, Firestone, Floor B
Description: Natasha Ermolaev and Thomas Keenan discuss the Slavic DH conference and related efforts.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Anu Vedantham

Nov. 4: Workshop - Essential ArcGIS Pro Tools for Research
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: In this class, students will learn how to use GIS tools to calculate distances between two features, road, and river lengths within administrative units, the percentage of shared boundaries between two areas, extract information on polygon neighbors between two areas, and will explore many other analysis tools.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Nov. 5: Workshop - Essential QGIS Tools for Research
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: In this class, students will learn how to use GIS tools to calculate distances between two features, road, and river lengths within administrative units, the percentage of shared boundaries between two areas, extract information on polygon neighbors between two areas, and will explore many other analysis tools.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Nov. 6: Workshop - Create Web Mapping Applications using ArcGIS Story Map
Time: 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: Interactive maps that run from a browser have become the default way to view geographic data. The exercises show users how to post geographic data to the University’s ArcGIS Enterprise portal, how to create web maps from different data sets, how to use symbology to make the web map accessible and clear, and how to share the web map as a web application.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Tsering Wangyal Shawa, Geographic Information Systems and Map Librarian
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Nov. 6: Workshop - Resources for Computer Science majors
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: Engineering Library, Room 105
Description: Learn more about the resources and services available at the library with Engineering Librarian Willow Dressel.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Willow Dressel, Engineering Librarian
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Nov. 8: Workshop - Fake News and Misinformation
Time: 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: 'Fake News' is an often used term, but what does it really mean? This workshop is designed to help you develop reflective practices when reading and sharing news sources. The goal of the session is to help you develop critical thinking skills to help you evaluate media sources.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Kelee Pacion, Biology and Environmental Sciences Librarian

Nov. 13: OrCID Sign-up
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: Engineering Library, Room 105
Description: Learn more about OrCID with Scholarly Communications Librarian Yuan Li and Engineering Librarian Willow Dressel.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Willow Dressel, Engineering Librarian
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Nov. 15: Workshop - Intro to R Graphics
Time: 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location: Stokes Library, Wallace Hall, Room 70
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Ofira Schwartz-Soicher, Social Sciences Data and Sociology Librarian
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Nov. 19: Workshop - Grey Literature: An Introduction to Finding Unindexed and(or) Uncataloged Publications and Unpublished Library Materials
Time: 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Location: Lewis Science Library, Room 225
Description: This workshop will introduce sources and types of grey literature, as well as how to find published and unpublished materials that may be unindexed and uncatalog, but easily attainable from a library and(or) from online resources and needed for research. Wait, what is grey literature? Great question: grey literature is library and information materials produced by organizations outside of the traditional commercial or academic publishing and delivery methods; for example, government documents, theses and dissertations, conference papers, committee reports, institutional repositories, preprint materials, white papers, newsletters, podcasts, blogs, and technical or research reports.
Contact: Emily Wild, Chemistry and Geosciences Librarian

Nov. 20: Workshop - Using the Material Samples Collection
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: Engineering Library, Room 105
Description: Learn more about how to use the Material Samples collection in your research with Engineering Librarian Willow Dressel.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Willow Dressel, Engineering Librarian
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Nov. 20: "Collections as Data" Discussion Series
Time: 12:00 to 1:30 p.m.
Location: Center for Digital Humanities, Firestone, Floor B
Description: Wind Cowles and Grant Wythoff discuss how to manage research data in the humanities.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Anu Vedantham

Dec. 4: Workshop - Resources for Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering majors
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: Engineering Library, Room 105
Description: Learn more about the resources and services available at the library with Engineering Librarian Willow Dressel.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Willow Dressel, Engineering Librarian
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Dec. 6: Workshop - Intro to Strata Graphics
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Location: Stokes Library, Wallace Hall, Room 70
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Ofira Schwartz-Soicher, Social Sciences Data and Sociology Librarian
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Dec. 11: Workshop - Author rights
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: Engineering Library, Room 105
Description: Learn more about your rights as an author with Scholarly Communications Librarian Yuan Li and University Counsel Rob Berness.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Willow Dressel, Engineering Librarian
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Jan. 22: "Collections as Data" Discussion Series
Time: 12:00 to 1:30 p.m.
Location: Center for Digital Humanities, Firestone, Floor B
Description: Rebecca Koeser and Eleanor Koehl discuss Hathi Trust and the Princeton Prosody Archive.
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Anu Vedantham

Jan. 23: Virtual Reality: Finals Stress Relief
Time: 1:00 to 2:00 p.m.
Location: Stokes Library, Wallace Hall, Room 70
Audience: Open to Princeton University students, faculty, and staff
Contact: Seth Porter, Stokes Head Librarian
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