~Workshops addressing research needs and topics of continuing relevance to the Teachers College community: Research Tools and Tips, Be the Detective, Money, Money, Money!, Academic Integrity, What's Fair: The ABC's of Copyright, Course Reserves
~ Relevant databases supporting current offerings of the College - Resources for Alumni, Creative Technologies, English Teacher Education, Art of Performance. Other self guided learning resources included updated orientations (Introduction to the Library and About Doctoral Research) and research workshops on rhizr and blogs about displays, current events and other topics on Learning at the Library.
~News Displays featuring daily curations of headlines from around the works, as well as weekly topics of broad educational interest: Plessy versus Ferguson; Leta Hollingworth; Common Core; World Environment Day; Stars and Stripes; Summer Solstice; First Newbery Medal; Amelia Earhart; Live Aid Concert; Rosetta Stone; Race to the Top; Ignatius of Loyola; Hiroshima; Woodstock; Redcoats; Edison's Kinetograph
~Staff Picks curated monthly: How to Survive Being a Teenager, prescribing favorite works of young adult literature; The School Building, highlighting the history, philosophy and design of our nation's schools; Dear Summer: Letters in Letters in Literature, exploring the epistolary novel
~Exhibits curated by the Design Team presenting archival resources with a modern twist : The Art of Living, by Ziv Schneider; Composing a City: What's Your Landscape?, select works from the Students of Arthur Wesley Dow Collection, Federico Castellon Memorial Print Collection, Ziegfeld Collection of International Children's Art; and The 2018 Library Performance Revue, with a play upon "review" (only after the mid-August launch did I realized the immediacy of correcting the posters and news announcements!)P.S. The Gottesman Libraries Education Program informs students, faculty and staff about the latest thinking in education, in ways that engage members of the community with one another and with a broad range of educational experts. The program also provides understanding of work being done throughout the College. P.P.S. Looking forward, as always, to the 2018-2019 academic year.
|Education Program Summer 2018|
|Live Musical Performances||5||n/a|
|Displays & Exhibits||99|
|Everett Cafe Book Collections||3|
|Installations - Gallery||4||n/a|