Your weekly half-hour webinar featuring topics, subjects, and scandals associated with libraries across all markets. Tune in to hear the Gale Geek interview this week’s Gale Expert and learn how you can do more with your library’s resources!

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March 13: What is Gale Doing About Discovery?
Students are busy with class, with work, with parties and with searching. Millennials conduct more than 68 billion Google searches every month (Digital Marketing Ramblings, April 2014). In the midst of this hurricane of information, how can you reach your students? How do discovery services fit in? Join us for a discussion led by Karen McKeown, Director of Discovery and Analytics at Gale, to hear about what Gale is doing to get to students’ natural use paths and reinventing the definition of discovery.
March 20: Partnering with the University Writing Center: Boot Camps
Join Mandy Havert, Graduate Outreach Services and Education Librarian at Notre Dame University, to hear about their success in growing student relationships at Notre Dame through a partnership with the University Writing Center. The resulting dissertation and thesis boot camp provides the support needed to keep graduate students focused on their research. In return, the Libraries and Writing Center can glean from students’ information about their needs at various stages of their work. Join us to learn how to do something similar at your institution!
March 27: Kid, Teaching 21st Century Learning and Digital Citizenship
In this session you will hear from Joanna McNally, School Librarian at Orange High School (Ohio) about the Digital Citizenship course she has created in her high school. From topics of building a positive digital footprint to respecting boundaries, this session will teach you how to build a similar program and help to ensure students become responsible digital citizens.