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PROJECT SANDBOX: So you want to create a research poster: How to upgrade your design with Adobe Photoshop | November 19 OR 20

Attendees will learn how to upgrade the designs of their research posters using design concepts and Adobe Photoshop. No prior experience necessary.


LOCATION: Across from the Library Services Desk (Level 10 Central; The Alcove)

Posted November 5, 2019

National Novel Writing Month at the Library! | November Write-In Sessions

November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and the Library is hosting weekly write-ins for novelists working on their NaNoWriMo projects. Are you one of the many people who wants to write a novel someday? Well, someday has arrived!

The goal of NaNoWriMo is to write 50,000 words in the month of November, and write-ins are an opportunity to spend time writing (and maybe commiserating) with others who are also engaged in this ambitious goal. Find more information and sign up for NaNoWriMo at this website:

Write-ins at the U of L Library are held on the follow dates/times and locations:

All writers welcome!

Posted November 4, 2019

EndNote Combined Workshop | November 12; 1 to 3 p.m.

EndNote is citation management software which can help you manage, organize and use your research literature. It integrates with Microsoft Word (and selected other word processing software) so that you can "cite-while-you-write" using your choice of citation styles. EndNote is available for both Windows and Mac computers. We will be using the latest version in the Windows/PC environment with Microsoft Word.

Anyone wishing to use EndNote on their own laptop during training sessions should have the software already installed.

The EndNote Combined workshop covers the following:

To register:

LOCATION: L950 (Library Level 9)

For other EndNote learning opportunities, click here.

Posted November 1, 2019

Library's Fall Term Break Hours: November 10 to 15

During the Fall Term Break, the Library's hours of operation are as follows:

Regular hours of operation will precede and follow these dates. For complete details about the Library's hours, click here.

Posted November 1, 2019