We’ll hear from colleagues including David Gürçay-Morris, Lee Park, and Katie Kent on the use of a few different tools they have used to facilitate collaborative work with students and colleagues. OIT and library staff will talk about how Glow can be used for student peer-review, provide hands-on practice with using Google apps resources, show how to set-up sharing of citation libraries, and provide information on remote and mobile access to Williams resources.
|10:00 - 10:45||Using Student Critique and Collaboration in Courses
David Gürcay-Morris and Trevor Murphy
|10:50 - 11:35||Collaboration using Google Apps
Lee Park and Michael Richardson
|11:40 - 12:00||
Sharing Citation Libraries
|12:00 - 1:00||Lunch with discussion of remote/mobile access and Q&A related to the day's workshop topics
Seth Rogers and Lori DuBois
When working with research assistants and/or co-authors, it can be helpful to have one place to store bibliographic information, PDFs, and notes on the works you are using. At Williams, we support and have a site-license for EndNote. This section explains how to share EndNote Libraries with your collaborators.
The library offers EndNote workshops for students, faculty, and staff during fall reading period and during the summer; watch Daily Messages for announcements. To request a workshop for a specific course/department or to schedule an individual appointment, contact Lori DuBois.