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Friday, June 17 • 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Curating Online Content: Using Pinterest in Academic Libraries

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While many people associate Pinterest with hobbies, recipes and craft ideas, there are several academic libraries using Pinterest to promote digital collections, to market library services, to create bibliographies, and to recommend quality websites for research. Creating visual interest with images can be an effective way to engage students in the research process. Come to this session and learn how you can use Pinterest in your library.

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Roberto C. Delgadillo

Librarian, Peter J. Shields Library
My primary responsibility at the Peter J. Shields Library is to help build and maintain the Humanities, Social Sciences and Government Information Services collections. In this capacity, I evaluate and select resources in print and electronic formats that support the research of UC Davis faculty and students. I also serve as a liaison to faculty or students researching topics related to Chicana/o Studies, English Language and Literatures, Latin... Read More →
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Michelle Spomer

Donald G. Miller Librarian and Director of the Clifford E. Barbour Library, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

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Friday June 17, 2016 4:30pm - 5:20pm
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