In the Classroom
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The FIMS Graduate Library Presents…
a series of seminars and workshops to support the graduate community at FIMS.
- Events are typically hosted weekdays between 12-1:00pm, in FNB 3020 D&E unless otherwise specified.
- Please RSVP by using the sign-up sheets in the FIMS Graduate Library or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Workshop and presentation suggestions are always welcome!
- Hands-on Podcasting Workshop: The So What? Podcast Crash Course
Presented by the So What? podcasting team: This workshop introduces you to the basics of planning and producing a podcast. In addition to hands-on editing practice, this session will touch on topics such as: the benefits of podcasts, the importance of story, storyboarding/planning strategies, and testimonials from our team about learning podcasting. This session is designed for future podcasters and for librarians who want to support podcasters. Attendees are requested to bring headphones for the editing practice component. (Tuesday October 30th, 12-1pm, FNB 3010)
- Sexual Violence Awareness in the Library Workplace
(Tuesday November 27th, 12-1pm, FNB 3020D&E)
- “Books Up!”: A New Professional’s Thoughts on Prison Libraries in Ontario
Presented by Courtney Joris, Regional Librarian, Western Region – Institutional Services, Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services. (Tuesday December 4th, 12-1pm, FNB 3020D&E)
- Ask Graduate Student Services
Have questions? Want to chat about your program? Brandi of Graduate Student Services is hosting a drop-in “Ask Graduate Student Services” session in FNB3020B every Monday from 12 to 1:30pm.
Explore our past events.