----- Saturday, January 12, 2008 -----
DRINKO LIBRARY CLOSED
 January 12-January 13
----- Monday, January 14, 2008 -----
First Day of Class begins
 All Day
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-PSY 402/502-Paige Muellerleile-Tim Balch-Sissy Isaacs observes
2:00 PM-3:20 PM (138)
 Hi Sissy-

This will get your feed wet. Below is exactly what the library instructor sees- it is a form that is filled out on our website and sent directly to my inbox. Note that you shouldn’t ‘accept’ this as it will go back to DL 138 and will say ‘undeliverable.’ If you can make it to this one just forward it to my HYPERLINK "mailto:tho4@marshall.edu" tho4@marshall.edu account.

Let me know if you have questions- there are three or so more I will be shooting your way.

Sabrina Thomas





Tim- Note that I need to double check on exactly how much time you will have with them. Also note that these are upper level undergraduates and graduate students.

Name: Paige Muellerleile
Email: HYPERLINK "mailto:muellerleile@marshall.edu" muellerleile@marshall.edu
Dept: Psychology
Phone: 696-2771
Title: Advanced Social Psychology
Course_Abbrev: PSY402/502
Number_of_students: 25
Academic_Level: Upper Level Undergraduates
Research_Experience: Some Experience
Preferred_Date-Time: January 14, 2008 at 2:00
Alt_Date-Time: same day, 2:30?
Areas_for_Instruction: Introduction to Database Searching
Areas_for_Instruction: Advanced Database Searching
Areas_for_Instruction: Evaluating Materials/Critical Thinking
Areas_for_Instruction: Citing Resources
Assignment_Topics_Terms_Etc: This is actually a combination class of advanced undergraduates and graduate students. Each week, students will be required to complete a short paper that will require them to present an argument with evidence from the psychological literature.
submit: Submit Form

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----- Thursday, January 17, 2008 -----
Staff Council - Charlene Hawkins
 1:30 PM-3:30 PM (138)
----- Friday, January 18, 2008 -----
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION- ART 101-Susan Jackson-Ron Titus-Sissy may observe
11:00 AM-12:00 PM (DL 138)
 Basic searches and Artstor should be emphasized. Also a mini walk through tour of Drinko Library. For more information contact Susan Jackson.
----- Monday, January 21, 2008 -----
UNIVERSITY HOLIDAY
 All Day
----- Tuesday, January 22, 2008 -----
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-UNI 101-Fran Jackson-Stephen Tipler
 9:30 AM-10:20 AM (138)
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-UNI 101-Ronda Sturgill-Erin Waggoner
 11:00 AM-11:50 AM (138)
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-UNI 101-Christine Huhn-Erin Waggoner
 1:00 PM-1:50 PM (138)
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-UNI 101-Kendra Bolen-Erin Waggoner
 2:00 PM-2:50 PM (138)
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-UNI 101-Cindy Cole-Stephen Tipler
 3:30 PM-4:20 PM (138)
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-EDF 319-Michael Corrigan-Floyd Csir
4:00 PM-5:20 PM (DL 349)
 NOTE: This class will be held in DL 349
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-EDF 319-Michael Corrigan-Floyd Csir
 6:30 PM-9:00 PM (DL 138)
----- Wednesday, January 23, 2008 -----
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-UNI 101-Jake Bolen-Floyd Csir
11:00 AM-11:50 AM (138)
 21st is MLK day- need to do this on Wednesday. Oops. Let me know if you can’t.
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-UNI 101-Joshua Hagen-Eryn Roles
 12:00 PM-12:50 PM (138)
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-UNI 101-Sarah Stough- Christine Lewis
 1:00 PM-1:50 PM (138)
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-UNI 101-Kelli Kerbawy-Majed Khader
2:00 PM-2:50 PM (138)
 Majed, Jan 21st is MLK Day and the University will be closed. Will you be able to teach on Wednesday?

Thanks,
Sabrina
Library Sharepoint training - Floyd Csir
 3:00 PM-4:00 PM (DL138)
----- Thursday, January 24, 2008 -----
Library Instruction - ENG 102 - Anthony Viola - Christine Lewis
12:30 PM-2:00 PM (DL138)
 Name: Anthony Viola
Email: viola@marshall.edu
Dept: English
Phone: 6-6691
Title: English 102
Course_Abbrev: Composition II (233)
Number_of_students: 24
Academic_Level: Freshmen
Research_Experience: Novice
Preferred_Date-Time: January 22, 12:30-1:45
Alt_Date-Time: January 24, 12:30-1:45
Areas_for_Instruction: Introduction to MU Libraries’ Services and Resources
Areas_for_Instruction: Introduction to the MILES catalog
Areas_for_Instruction: Advanced MILES catalog searching
Areas_for_Instruction: Introduction to Database Searching
Areas_for_Instruction: Advanced Database Searching
Areas_for_Instruction: Distinguishing Between Popular and Scholarly Periodicals
Areas_for_Instruction: Evaluating Materials/Critical Thinking
Areas_for_Instruction: Citing Resources
Areas_for_Instruction: Drinko Library Tour 10-15 minutes
Areas_for_Instruction: Drinko Library Tour 30-40 minutes
Areas_for_Instruction: Government Documents Tour
Areas_for_Instruction: Special Collections Tour
Assignment_Topics_Terms_Etc: Session will be for students research papers. The session can last the entire hour and fifteen minutes. We may not need to have some of the Tours that could require a seperate session. I checked all the boxes because I wasn't sure if I should leave anything out. Thanks.
Library instruction - ENG 102 - Anthony Viola - Christine Lewis
2:00 PM-3:30 PM (DL138)
 Name: Anthony Viola
Email: viola@marshall.edu
Dept: English
Phone: 6-6691
Title: English 102
Course_Abbrev: Comosition II (238)
Number_of_students: 24
Academic_Level: Freshmen
Research_Experience: Novice
Preferred_Date-Time: January 22, 2-3:15
Alt_Date-Time: January 24, 2-3:15
Areas_for_Instruction: Introduction to MU Libraries’ Services and Resources
Areas_for_Instruction: Introduction to the MILES catalog
Areas_for_Instruction: Advanced MILES catalog searching
Areas_for_Instruction: Introduction to Database Searching
Areas_for_Instruction: Advanced Database Searching
Areas_for_Instruction: Distinguishing Between Popular and Scholarly Periodicals
Areas_for_Instruction: Evaluating Materials/Critical Thinking
Areas_for_Instruction: Citing Resources
Areas_for_Instruction: Drinko Library Tour 10-15 minutes
Areas_for_Instruction: Drinko Library Tour 30-40 minutes
Areas_for_Instruction: Government Documents Tour
Areas_for_Instruction: Special Collections Tour
Assignment_Topics_Terms_Etc: Session will be for students research papers. The session can last the entire hour and fifteen minutes. We may not need to have some of the Tours that could require a seperate session. I checked all the boxes because I wasn't sure if I should leave anything out. Thanks.
----- Friday, January 25, 2008 -----
Library Instruction - ENG 102 - Victor Depta - Jennifer Sias
9:00 AM-10:00 AM (DL 138)
 I have English 102, the research class, this semester and would like to schedule the group for one of your sessions as soon as it’s convenient for you.

We are focusing on West Virginia topics, all the way from mountaintop removal coal mining to tourism, from health issues to timbering.

We meet MWF from 9 till 9:50.

I hope you can schedule us fairly soon.

Thanks,
Vic Depta
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-COL 101-CRN 3848-Staff-Majed Khader
11:00 AM-11:50 AM (138)
 Here you go
Writing Center Tutor Training- Graduate Students- Kelli Prejean-Ron Titus-Sissy Isaacs may observe
1:00 PM-2:00 PM (138)
 
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Name: Kelli Prejean
Email: HYPERLINK "mailto:gradk@marshall.edu" gradk@marshall.edu
Dept: English
Phone: 6-2711
Title: Assistant Professor/Director of the Writing Center
Course_Abbrev: Writing Center Tutor Training
Number_of_students: 15
Academic_Level: Graduate
Research_Experience: Some Experience
Preferred_Date-Time: Friday, Jan. 25, 1 pm
Alt_Date-Time:
Areas_for_Instruction: Advanced MILES catalog searching
Areas_for_Instruction: Advanced Database Searching
Areas_for_Instruction: Citing Resources
Assignment_Topics_Terms_Etc: I would like the Writing Center tutors to be up-to-date on Library resources so they can help students with their research, and I would especially like them to have instruction in how to cite sources in MLA and APA, if that is within the purview of library instruction.
submit: Submit Form

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----- Monday, January 28, 2008 -----
Library Instruction - JMC 102 - Heather Weible - Jennifer Sias
9:00 AM-10:00 AM (DL 138)
 Visit 1- paper sources
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-UNI 101-Sandra Clements-Eryn Roles
 10:00 AM-10:50 AM (138)
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-UNI 101-Suneel Maheshwari-Eryn Roles
 12:00 PM-12:50 PM (138)
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-COL 101-CRN 2261-Prof. White-Christine Lewis
1:00 PM-1:50 PM (138)
 January 21st is MLK Day (campus will be closed). Will you be able to teach it on the 28th?

Thanks,
Sabrina
Library Instruction - JMC 102 - Sandy Savage - Jennifer Sias
4:00 PM-6:00 PM (DL 138)
 Paper sources
----- Tuesday, January 29, 2008 -----
Library Instruction - CD 622 - Karen McComas - Ron Titus
8:00 AM-9:00 AM (DL 138)
 Name: Karen McComas
Email: HYPERLINK "mailto:mccomas@marshall.edu" mccomas@marshall.edu
Dept: Communication Disorders
Phone: 62983
Title: Phonological Disorders
Course_Abbrev: CD 622
Number_of_students: 11
Academic_Level: Graduate
Research_Experience: Some Experience
Preferred_Date-Time: January 24, 2008 at 8:00 am
Alt_Date-Time: January 29, 2008 at 8:00 am
Areas_for_Instruction: Advanced Database Searching
Assignment_Topics_Terms_Etc: I believe that my students need more practice and guidance with crafting search strings and understanding the different indexing systems used by different databases. In addition, I'd like them to be aware of how to use interlibrary loan and MILES - a resource I think they rarely use.
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-UNI 101-Nico Orsini- Floyd Csir
10:00 AM-10:50 AM (138)
 Michelle Duncan suggested that this class take place on the 29th. Let me know if you can’t do it.
Library Instruction - ENG 201H - Kelli Prejean - Stephen Tipler
2:00 PM-3:30 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
 Name: Kelli Prejean
Email: HYPERLINK "mailto:gradk@marshall.edu" gradk@marshall.edu
Dept: English
Phone: 6-2711
Title: English Composition Honors
Course_Abbrev: Eng 201H
Number_of_students: 24
Academic_Level: Freshmen
Research_Experience: Novice
Preferred_Date-Time: Tuesday, January 29 from 2-3:15
Alt_Date-Time: Thursday, January 31, 2-3:15
Areas_for_Instruction: Introduction to MU Libraries’ Services and Resources
Areas_for_Instruction: Introduction to the MILES catalog
Areas_for_Instruction: Introduction to Database Searching
Areas_for_Instruction: Distinguishing Between Popular and Scholarly Periodicals
Areas_for_Instruction: Evaluating Materials/Critical Thinking
Areas_for_Instruction: Citing Resources
Assignment_Topics_Terms_Etc: Students will be working on summary/analysis papers, so they will need to find scholarly articles ranging from 7-15 pages.
I can send you more information after this first week. Thanks! Kelli
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-SFT 630-James McIntosh-Tim Balch
6:30 PM-9:00 PM (138)
 Name: James McIntosh
Email: HYPERLINK "mailto:mcintoshj@marshall.edu" mcintoshj@marshall.edu
Dept: Safety Technology
Phone: 304.746.2039
Title: Current Literaturand research in Safety
Course_Abbrev: SFT 630
Number_of_students: 10
Academic_Level: Graduate
Research_Experience: Novice
Preferred_Date-Time: January 24, 2008 6:30pm
Alt_Date-Time:
Areas_for_Instruction: Introduction to MU Libraries’ Services and Resources
Areas_for_Instruction: Introduction to the MILES catalog
Areas_for_Instruction: Introduction to Database Searching
Areas_for_Instruction: Distinguishing Between Popular and Scholarly Periodicals
Areas_for_Instruction: Evaluating Materials/Critical Thinking
Areas_for_Instruction: Citing Resources
Areas_for_Instruction: Drinko Library Tour 10-15 minutes
Areas_for_Instruction: Government Documents Tour
Assignment_Topics_Terms_Etc: Projectassignments will include current reasearch areas in Safety and Industrail Hygiene.Periodicals are of particular importnace and include topics in toxicology as well as common trade journals:
ASSE & AIHA journals, Also the leagal databases for related court ruling as are helpful. (Lexus/Nexus database) Final class project will be to develop a literature review section for a problem report.
submit: Submit Form

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----- Wednesday, January 30, 2008 -----
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-UNI 101-Prof. Sheila Fields
4:30 PM-6:20 PM (MOVC Pt. Pleasants)
 These are two back to back classes.
----- Thursday, January 31, 2008 -----
UNI 102 - Michelle Duncan using the room
 10:00 AM-11:00 AM