There’s still time! REGISTER for the Upstate New York Science Librarians Meeting!
(Need to stay the night? Some preferred lodging options for your convenience.)
CARLSON SCIENCE & ENGINEERING LIBRARY
UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER, ROCHESTER, NY
OCTOBER 20, 2017
8:15am – 4:30pm
$20 FOR ATTENDEES – FREE FOR STUDENTS!
Here’s a sneak peek at this year’s presenters:
Keynote: Greg Heyworth – Director of the Lazarus Project and Associate Professor of English & Textual Science, University of Rochester
- The Busy Man’s ArXive – Henrik Spoon, Cornell University
- Tracking Articles Cited in Patents – Michael J. White, Queen’s University
- Flipping the Classroom for EndNote Instruction – Roman Koshykar, Rochester Institute of Technology
- Building Your Wheelhouse: Meeting the Needs of Undergraduate and Graduate Students in the Social Sciences – Amelia Kallaher, Cornell University
- The Academic Big Bang: Translational Networks Inside and Outside of CTSAs – Solomon Abiola, University of Rochester
- Research Information Management Systems and the Library – Anne Rauh, Syracuse University
- Visualization Workshop – Lauren Di Monte, University of Rochester
- What Do Students Use? A Review of Technology in Libraries – Aleshia Huber, Binghamton University (Poster)
- Making It at Cornell: The CUL Makerspace – Jeremy Cusker, Cornell University (Poster)
Sponsored by River Campus Libraries at the University of Rochester and Springer-Nature.
More details coming soon! Check back to learn more about the program schedule, travel, lodging, and parking.
The Carlson Science & Engineering Library at the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY will be hosting the Upstate New York Science Librarians Meeting on October 20, 2017.