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Thursday, June 15
 

3:00pm EDT

Coding and Community
Basic computer coding is an important and enjoyable skill that can enhance the workflows and scholarship of any academic community. This poster will explore the ways in which the Taylor Library at the Iliff School of Theology has implemented opportunities to form small coding communities where students, staff, and faculty have come together to learn code. In addition, the group will brainstorm ideas to implement similar programs at other libraries.

Speakers
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Micah Saxton

Curricular Curator, Iliff School of Theology


Thursday June 15, 2017 3:00pm - 3:30pm EDT
Pre-Function Space

3:00pm EDT

Making Space for Research
While comprising less than 1% of Wake Forest University’s student population, students in the School of Divinity are power users of the Z. Smith Reynolds Library Reference collection. Over the summer of 2015, we took the opportunity to convert an unused section of shelving, strategically located near the copiers, scanners, and Reference Desk, into a space designed to help School of Divinity students with their biblical studies and theology research. This poster will explain the workflow procedures, decision-making processes, and final results of this act of making space for research.

Speakers
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Kaeley McMahan

Associate Librarian, Research & Instruction, Wake Forest University


Thursday June 15, 2017 3:00pm - 3:30pm EDT
Pre-Function Space
 


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