Organize Your Web Research with Diigo

Organize Your Web Research with Diigo
Organize Your Web Research with Diigo

Organize Your Web Research with Diigo (Ruby Certificate)

Thursday, September 29, 2:30-3:30 pm
Milne Library Room 121

Diigo is a powerful research and collaboration tool that can help you save, organize, and share what you discover on the web. Don’t do research twice! Learn how to save, annotate, tag and share websites while creating your own personal archive.

Walk-ins are welcome! Bring your own laptop or check out a netbook at Milne’s Service Desk!

A Whole New World…for Education Students

Teacher Education Resource Center
Teacher Education Resource Center

The Teacher Education Resource Center (TERC), located on Milne Library’s Lower Level, offers students a large collection of curriculum resources for preK-12 instruction, including textbooks, videos, puppets, audio and manipulatives, as well as an extensive selection of fiction and non-fiction books for juvenile and young adult readers.

New Areas

TERC Nook
TERC Nook

TERC Nook: A space to interact with the collection and work on projects. Located in the center of the TERC collection the nook is an area where students can utilize and manipulate material found in the collection. The area also contains a large table for group or project work. Additionally the space can be used for story-time or puppet shows.

Imaginarium
Imaginarium

Imaginarium: A place of Imagination. Located across from the Teacher Education Resource Center (TERC) is Milne’s newest creative space, the Imaginarium. This area contains a die-cut machine, die-cuts and materials for creating projects. It is open to all students and faculty and is available whenever the library is open. The room also contains a table for creating lesson plans or working on projects.

Please visit the Education Library Guide or email Michelle Costello([email protected]) for more information.

Facebook improves news feeds

Milne Library Facebook page
Milne Library Facebook page

Have you ever looked through your Facebook updates and wondered why those particular stories showed up in your news feed?  Or have you ever wished you had more control over what showed up there?  Well, the ability to do so is coming to Facebook.

According to Mashable.com, Facebook will soon add features for users to filter their news feeds.  These filters will let you adjust how much (or how little) you see in your news feed from any of your Facebook friends.  Good news for those of us who would like to prioritize what we see in our news feeds!

See more stories like this on Milne Library’s Facebook page.