We’ve got some great events going on in September at USF Libraries. Here’s a quick overview:
September – October 6: “Alice in Wonderland Exhibition Extravaganza” at Nelson Poynter Memorial Library, USF St. Pete
This creative collaboration between USF Libraries and The Dali Museum, features the Alice Suite of prints by Salvador Dali accompanied by a colorful collection of Alice-related ephemera from our Special Collections. On September 13 at 6pm, USF faculty member, Lindsay Persohn, will be giving a talk entitled Alice in Retrospect, How Stories Shape our Lives, on the ways this classic has become an integral part of the cultural lexicon.
September 14: Wikipedia Edit-a-thon (virtual)
Beginning at 11am USF Libraries are teaming up with (hopefully) you, Tennessee State University, and the Wikimedia Foundation to do edits regarding Hispanic Heritage Month. Sign up to collaborate with other students and faculty on Wikipedia edits while learning about best practices in editing and content development.
Workshops for Researchers also get underway this month!
These diverse workshops are scheduled throughout the semester and offer expertise in a wide variety of topics organized around the following tracks: Citation Management, Copyright, Data Analysis, Data Visualization, Data & Datasets, AI & Machine Learning, Programming, Research Impact, Business, Social Science, Science & Publishing. Check out more details and register here.