Open access to information is a sticky subject. As our world continues to progress, many individuals want information readily accessible at their fingertips. Open Access Week, which is now in its tenth year, is designed to share the benefits of open access, the free immediate access to scholarly information. Here at Leatherby Libraries, we attempt to make information and resources as accessible as possible. If you would like to support Open Access, please visit this link to join the cause: http://www.openaccessweek.org/. Please stop by the first floor to check out the display!
Last week in the Leatherby Students from Home series, we spoke with Lillian Phan. This week we’re talking with Aneli Whitford, another student assistant who works with Health Sciences Librarian Ivan Portillo in the Rinker Health Sciences Study Commons. 1. What has been the most challenging aspect for you of studying from home so far,
We know you’ve been missing his “Exploring the Magic of the Leatherby Libraries” blog series, because we have, too. Sharing this week what he’s missing most about working in the Leatherby Libraries as part of our Leatherby Students from Home series is Jimmy Elinski. Since the transition to online-only instruction in mid-March, our student employees