The guides are not yet accessible from the library’s website. Your feedback is welcome!
The @ala_acrl E-Resources in Com Studies Committee is pleased to announce the completed migration of the Library Resources for Communication Studies subject guides to the ACRL LibGuide platform. Take a look & provide feedback: https://t.co/7Xfl6dQtPr @NatComm @AEJMC
— Catherine Michael (@ICComLib) July 26, 2018
Simmons Insights training sessions are being held online through the month of July. To learn more, sign up for a training on the new platform here. https://attendee.gototraining.com/rt/1219351090153058050
From our E-Resources Librarian (modified by me): Simmons Insights will eventually replace Simmons OneView. Corporate clients are already using it, but the older data that universities purchase has not been ingested into it yet. The latest update available to our representative is that academic clients will migrate to the new platform before the end of the calendar year, preferably before the end of this Summer/Fall semesters begin.
Want to learn how and where to find data and statistics to use in teaching, scholarship or for class exercises or demonstration? The Data and Statistics workshop will be held on Wednesday, April 25th at 3:00 in Room 319 in the Gannett Library. This workshop will identify sources of statistics and freely available datasets from library databases such as Statista to governmental sources, data archives, etc. Learn how to use advanced search features in Google to find data/statistics in a wide variety of formats along with others listed on our guide, Data & Statistics.
This workshop will taught by James Bondra, the Business, Economics and Sport Management librarian along with Dr. William Tastle, Chair of the Management Department in the School of Business. There will be hands-on exercises in searching for data and using MS-Excel to visualize data.
Please RSVP to James Bondra at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for your time and hope to see you on April 25th.
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