----- Wednesday, October 01, 2008 -----
LEAP Library Instruction - Michele Styer
 6:00 PM-7:00 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
----- Thursday, October 02, 2008 -----
 8:00 AM-8:30 AM
iSkills (reserved for Monica Brooks)
 11:00 AM-12:30 PM (DL 138)
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-UNI101-CRN1958-Margaret Thompson
 12:30 PM-1:50 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
CUSTOMIZED INSTRUCTION-ENL 111-Abdul Haffoudhi
2:00 PM-3:00 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
 NAME: Abdul Haffoudhi

EMAIL: HYPERLINK "mailto:haffoudhi@marshall.edu" haffoudhi@marshall.edu

DEPT: CTC

PHONE: 3042080768

TITLE: Written Communication (ENL 111)

COURSE_ABBREV: ENL 111

NUMBER_OF_STUDENTS: 20

ACADEMIC_LEVEL: Freshmen

RESEARCH_EXPERIENCE: Novice

PREFERRED_DATE-TIME: Thursday, October 02. 2:00pm to 3:00pm

ALT_DATE-TIME: Tuesday, October 07. 2:00pm to 3:00pm

AREAS_FOR_INSTRUCTION: Introduction to MU Libraries' Services and Resources, Introduction to the library catalog, Introduction to Database Searching, Advanced Database Searching, Distinguishing Between Popular and Scholarly Periodicals, Evaluating Materials/Critical Thinking, Citing Resources, Drinko Library Tour 10-15 minutes

ASSIGNMENT_TOPICS_TERMS_ETC: In this class the students will be writing essays on their own communication experiences especially in the work place, and how they should work on improving their communication skills so that they succeed in our modern and diverse world. Communicating effectively, especially in writing, is the main objective of this class.
The students will also write few business correspondence letters during the semester.
Bellow are the main objectives of the class:
- Students will review grammar principles and will proofread and revise their written assignments.
- Students will learn to develop main ideas with supporting details and produce mechanically correct essays.
- Students will learn to summarize, paraphrase, interpret, and synthesize information from primary and secondary sources using standard research format and style.
- Students will learn about the communication process with emphasis placed on perception, listening, self-disclosure, communication apprehension, ethics, verbal and nonverbal communication.
- Students will learn the process of critical thinking.
- Students will learn how to organize, research, develop and edit negative and positive business/industry/professional documents.

If you have any questions please email Abdul Haffoudhi at HYPERLINK "mailto:haffoudhi@marshall.edu" haffoudhi@marshall.edu Thanks!

Dear Mr. Stipler,
I would like my class (ENL 111) to attend one of your library instruction classes this fall semester. I attended one of the classes you taught a few semesters ago with Ms. Linda Vinson, and I was a student assistant at that time. Now I'm teaching the same class (ENL 111) as a part-time faculty, and I would really love to have you show my students how to do research, as the class I'm teaching is mainly writing intensive class in which the students are required to write a number of essays on diverse subjects, such as communicating at work, writing business correspondence, etc.
The class I am teaching is a 1-hour class, so I am thinking that one hour of library instruction would be great for the class. The class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 2-3:15, so it would be great if we can have the library instruction class at the same time the class meets i.e., at 2pm on a Tuesday or Thursday.
Please let me know what you think.

Thanks,
Abdul

Core Library Instructor Meeting
 3:00 PM-4:00 PM (138) (the first Thursday of every 1 month from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM)
----- Friday, October 03, 2008 -----
CUSTOMIZED INSTRUCTION-ENL 201H - Ed Taft
11:00 AM-12:00 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
 NAME: Edmund M. Taft
EMAIL: taft@marshall.edu
DEPT: English
PHONE: 696-3155
TITLE: Freshman Honors English
COURSE_ABBREV: ENG 201
NUMBER_OF_STUDENTS: 22x2 (classes)
ACADEMIC_LEVEL: Freshmen
RESEARCH_EXPERIENCE: Novice
PREFERRED_DATE-TIME: 1 Oct. 11am and 1pm
ALT_DATE-TIME: 3 Oct. 11am and 1pm

AREAS_FOR_INSTRUCTION: Advanced library catalog searching, Introduction to Database Searching, Advanced Database Searching, Distinguishing Between Popular and Scholarly Periodicals, Evaluating Materials/Critical Thinking, Citing Resources

ASSIGNMENT_TOPICS_TERMS_ETC: Brief research term paper 96-8 pages) is due at semester's end, usingMLA style. MLL citations and Work Cited Page should be demonstrated. topic is open, but some choices incude Bach, Cryogenics, and the exclusion of softball from the Olympic Games. Instructor will attend if 1 Oct but cannot attend if 3 October (conference trip).
CUSTOMIZED INSTRUCTION-ENL 201H - Ed Taft
11:00 AM-12:00 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
 NAME: Edmund M. Taft
EMAIL: taft@marshall.edu
DEPT: English
PHONE: 696-3155
TITLE: Freshman Honors English
COURSE_ABBREV: ENG 201
NUMBER_OF_STUDENTS: 22x2 (classes)
ACADEMIC_LEVEL: Freshmen
RESEARCH_EXPERIENCE: Novice
PREFERRED_DATE-TIME: 1 Oct. 11am and 1pm
ALT_DATE-TIME: 3 Oct. 11am and 1pm

AREAS_FOR_INSTRUCTION: Advanced library catalog searching, Introduction to Database Searching, Advanced Database Searching, Distinguishing Between Popular and Scholarly Periodicals, Evaluating Materials/Critical Thinking, Citing Resources

ASSIGNMENT_TOPICS_TERMS_ETC: Brief research term paper 96-8 pages) is due at semester's end, usingMLA style. MLL citations and Work Cited Page should be demonstrated. topic is open, but some choices incude Bach, Cryogenics, and the exclusion of softball from the Olympic Games. Instructor will attend if 1 Oct but cannot attend if 3 October (conference trip).
CUSTOMIZED INSTRUCTION-ENL 201H - Ed Taft
1:00 PM-2:00 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
 NAME: Edmund M. Taft

EMAIL: taft@marshall.edu

DEPT: English

PHONE: 696-3155

TITLE: Freshman Honors English

COURSE_ABBREV: ENG 201

NUMBER_OF_STUDENTS: 22x2 (classes)

ACADEMIC_LEVEL: Freshmen
RESEARCH_EXPERIENCE: Novice
PREFERRED_DATE-TIME: 1 Oct. 11am and 1pm
ALT_DATE-TIME: 3 Oct. 11am and 1pm
AREAS_FOR_INSTRUCTION: Advanced library catalog searching, Introduction to Database Searching, Advanced Database Searching, Distinguishing Between Popular and Scholarly Periodicals, Evaluating Materials/Critical Thinking, Citing Resources

ASSIGNMENT_TOPICS_TERMS_ETC: Brief research term paper 96-8 pages) is due at semester's end, usingMLA style. MLL citations and Work Cited Page should be demonstrated. topic is open, but some choices incude Bach, Cryogenics, and the exclusion of softball from the Olympic Games. Instructor will attend if 1 Oct but cannot attend if 3 October (conference trip).
----- Monday, October 06, 2008 -----
Reserve for Rhonda Sturgill - UNI 101 - Jan Fox session
11:00 AM-12:00 PM
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CUSTOMIZED INSTRUCTION-ENG404-Kelli Prejean
1:00 PM-2:00 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
 NAME: Kelli Prejean
EMAIL: HYPERLINK "mailto:gradk@marshall.edu" gradk@marshall.edu
DEPT: English
PHONE: 304-696-2711
TITLE: The Writing Way: Tutoring and Conference Teaching
COURSE_ABBREV: Eng 404
NUMBER_OF_STUDENTS: 8
ACADEMIC_LEVEL: Graduate
RESEARCH_EXPERIENCE: Some Experience
PREFERRED_DATE-TIME: October 6, 1-2 -
ALT_DATE-TIME: September 29 or October 13, 1-2
AREAS_FOR_INSTRUCTION: Introduction to MU Libraries' Services and Resources, Introduction to the library catalog, Advanced library catalog searching, Introduction to Database Searching, Advanced Database Searching, Citing Resources, Government Documents Tour, Special Collections Tour
ASSIGNMENT_TOPICS_TERMS_ETC: This request is for Writing Center tutors who need to be acquainted with the libraries' services in order to help students with their research. I would like them to know how to do advanced searches, how to help students conduct research in various disciplines, and how to cite sources using different methods, particularly MLA and APA.
LEAP Library Instruction - Michele Styer
 6:00 PM-7:00 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
----- Tuesday, October 07, 2008 -----
ARTStor faculty/staff training-Christine Lewis
 9:00 AM-4:00 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
----- Wednesday, October 08, 2008 -----
LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-UNI101-CRN4486-David Pettenger
 10:00 AM-10:50 AM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
Reserved for Monica Brooks iSkills
 1:00 PM-2:00 PM (DL 138)
LEAP Library Instruction - Michele Styer
 6:00 PM-7:00 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
----- Thursday, October 09, 2008 -----
Reserved for Monica Brooks- iSkills
 2:00 PM-3:00 PM (138)
----- Monday, October 13, 2008 -----
ENG 350 - Katherine Rodier
4:00 PM-6:30 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
 This room has a document camera. An event is scheduled at 6:30pm.

Stephen Tipler
696-2907
LEAP Library Instruction - Michele Styer
6:30 PM-7:30 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
 Katherine Rodier asked for access to DL138 for presentations until 6:30pm. Thanks Michelle.
----- Tuesday, October 14, 2008 -----
CUSTOMIZED LIBRARY INSTRUCTION-ENGLISH 302-Janet Badia
11:00 AM-12:15 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
 
NAME: Janet Badia
EMAIL: HYPERLINK "mailto:badia@marshall.edu" badia@marshall.edu
DEPT: English
PHONE: 6-2357
TITLE: Composition
COURSE_ABBREV: English 302
NUMBER_OF_STUDENTS: 25
ACADEMIC_LEVEL: Upper Level Undergraduates
RESEARCH_EXPERIENCE: Some Experience
PREFERRED_DATE-TIME: Oct. 14 at 11:00-12:15
ALT_DATE-TIME: Oct. 9 11:00-12:15
AREAS_FOR_INSTRUCTION: Introduction to the library catalog, Advanced library catalog searching, Introduction to Database Searching, Advanced Database Searching, Distinguishing Between Popular and Scholarly Periodicals
ASSIGNMENT_TOPICS_TERMS_ETC: Students will be generating their own research topics/questions for general research papers (the topics are unlimited and self-selected, so the range will be wide).
Reserved for Monica Brooks- iSkills
 2:00 PM-3:00 PM (138)
CUSTOMIZED INSTRUCTION-TE 698-Tom Hankins
 6:45 PM-9:45 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
----- Wednesday, October 15, 2008 -----
LEAP Library Instruction - Michele Styer
 6:00 PM-7:00 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
----- Thursday, October 16, 2008 -----
Staff Council - Charlene Hawkins
 1:30 PM-3:30 PM (the third Thursday of every 1 month from 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM)
----- Monday, October 20, 2008 -----
ENG 350 - Katherine Rodier
4:00 PM-6:30 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
 This room has a document camera. An event is scheduled at 6:30pm.

Stephen Tipler
696-2907
LEAP Library Instruction - Michele Styer
6:30 PM-7:30 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
 Katherine Rodier asked for access to DL138 for presentations until 6:30pm. Thanks Michelle.
----- Monday, October 27, 2008 -----
Jennifer Sias - DL138 Reservation
 9:00 AM-10:00 AM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
LEAP Library Instruction - Michele Styer
 6:00 PM-7:00 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
----- Wednesday, October 29, 2008 -----
CUSTOMIZED INSTRUCTION-ART335-Maribea Barnes
10:00 AM-11:50 AM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
 NAME: Maribea Barnes
EMAIL: HYPERLINK "mailto:barnesm@marshall.edu" barnesm@marshall.edu
DEPT: Art & Desgin
PHONE: 304-696-2895
TITLE: Art Education: 2D-3D Media & Methods
COURSE_ABBREV: Art 335
NUMBER_OF_STUDENTS: 13
ACADEMIC_LEVEL: Upper Level Undergraduates
RESEARCH_EXPERIENCE: Some Experience

PREFERRED_DATE-TIME: 10 -11:50 am, Wed. 10/29/08
ALT_DATE-TIME: 10-11:50 am, Mon. 10/27/08

AREAS_FOR_INSTRUCTION: Advanced library catalog searching, Introduction to Database Searching, Distinguishing Between Popular and Scholarly Periodicals
ASSIGNMENT_TOPICS_TERMS_ETC: The students in this class are elementary education majors. They will be developing lessons plans for elementary learners centered on art. Many of these students are not familiar with art resources. They will need to find background info about one artist and one art image to incorporate into their lesson(s). If possible, I would like the study/research guide that the library created for Art 335 to be utilized again for this class.
CUSTOMIZED INSTRUCTION-ART335-Maribea Barnes
 3:00 PM-4:50 PM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
----- Thursday, October 30, 2008 -----
CUSTOMIZED INSTRUCTION-ART113-Maribea Barnes
9:00 AM-10:50 AM (Drinko Library Training Room 138)
 See the Art Research Guide website Ron developed.

NAME: Maribea Barnes
EMAIL: HYPERLINK "mailto:barnesm@marshall.edu" barnesm@marshall.edu
DEPT: Art & Design
PHONE: 304-696-2895
TITLE: Art Education: Method & Media
COURSE_ABBREV: Art 113
NUMBER_OF_STUDENTS: 8
ACADEMIC_LEVEL: Upper Level Undergraduates
RESEARCH_EXPERIENCE: Novice

PREFERRED_DATE-TIME: 9 - 10:50 am, Thursday 10/30/08
ALT_DATE-TIME: 9 - 10:50 am, Tuesday 10/28/08

AREAS_FOR_INSTRUCTION: Introduction to MU Libraries' Services and Resources, Introduction to the library catalog, Introduction to Database Searching, Distinguishing Between Popular and Scholarly Periodicals, Citing Resources
ASSIGNMENT_TOPICS_TERMS_ETC: The students in this class are art education majors. They will be developing lessons plans for elementary learners centered on art. Many of these students are familiar with art but not necessarily with research and library resources. They will need to find background info about one artist and one art image to incorporate into their lesson(s). If possible, I would like the study/research guide that the library created for Art 335 to also be utilized for this Art 113 class.