News and Events

Craft nā€™ Chill: Paper Crafting | Feb. 29

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Come and join us for a Project Sandbox Craft n' Chill event!

During this event, you will be able to hang out with other members from the University community and create a project out of paper! If you would rather just chat, that is okay too.

Feel free to join the event anytime on the day of the event.

WHEN: Thursday, February 29; 3 to 6 p.m.

WHERE: Project Sandbox Space (Across from the Library Service Desk)

For any questions or inquiries, please send an e-mail to sara.hossain@uleth.ca.

We look forward to seeing you!

Posted February 20, 2024

"So you want to learn to code with Python: Beginner" Workshops | Feb. 27 OR 29

This hands-on workshop will instruct participants on the basics of coding and guide them through the process of writing simple scripts in Python. Students attending this workshop will receive credit on their MyExperience Transcript.

Requirements:

In this workshop you will learn:

WHEN/WHERE:

Ensure that you register on the uLethbridge MyExperience platform if you plan on attending. An e-mail reminder will be sent to you 24 hours prior to the workshop through this platform. If you have any questions regarding the workshop or if you require any accommodations so that you can participate, please send an e-mail to bryson.duda@uleth.ca.

We look forward to seeing you there!

For more Project Sandbox activities, click here.

Posted February 20, 2024

Electrical Work in Library: February 20-23

During the Term Break (February 20–23), electrical work will be performed in different areas of the University Library.

There may be some noise and reduced lighting conditions associated with the work. Signage will be placed in immediately affected areas.

We apologize for any inconveniences in advance.

Posted February 16, 2024

EndNote Parts 1 & 2 (Combined) Online Workshop | Feb. 21

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EndNote is a citation management software that can help you manage, organize, and use your research literature. It integrates with Microsoft Word (and selected other word processing software) so that you can "cite-while-you-write" using your choice of citation styles. EndNote is available for both Windows and Mac computers. We will be using the latest version in the Windows/PC environment with Microsoft Word.

Anyone wishing to use EndNote on their own laptop during training sessions should have the software already installed. To download EndNote, click here.

The EndNote Combined workshop covers the following:

WHEN: Wednesday, February 21; 1 to 3:30 p.m.

WHERE: Online via Zoom

For other EndNote learning opportunities, click here.

Posted February 12, 2024

Term Break Hours | Feb. 19 to 23

During the Spring Term Break (February 19 to 23), the Library's staffed hours are as follows:

The Library 24-Hour Study will be available during the unstaffed hours of operation.

For a complete overview of Library hours, click here.

Posted February 9, 2024

The Pop-up Library Returns | Feb. 6 ā€“ Mar. 6

Do you need help getting started on your research assignment? Are you having trouble finding the information you need? Scratching your head and wondering what is “peer review”? If you have questions and can’t get to the Library, the Pop-up Library will bring the answers to you!

Watch for the Pop-up Library coming to a building near you! We aim to provide you with research data and literature support where you are.

WHERE & WHEN:

 

Don’t be shy — we’re here to help you!

If you can’t visit us in person, be sure to check out our Ask Us suite of services to book a personal consultation with a librarian and connect with us.

Posted February 1, 2024