Upcoming Events
12 p.m.
Representation Matters: Diversity and  Inclusion in Archival and Digital Collections - ID: three separate images, all black and white, top image contains four women in medical uniforms and a child, middle image is of a Jewish synagogue, bottom image is of four men in matching uniformsThe Digital Media Repository (DMR), developed by Ball State University Libraries, is an online, open access repository for discovering and preserving cultural heritage and local history. University Libraries collaborates with faculty, students, and community organizations to include and represent diverse voices and experiences. Attendees will learn more about the DMR and the value of representation in archival collecting and digital collection-building.
4 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopJoin us for this livestreaming presentation of the University Libraries’ resources and services for online students in the Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program. Learn about the databases relevant to your field, best searching practices, and the full range of library resources and services you have access to as an online student.
10 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join the University Libraries for a livestream presentation on EndNote, a free citation management software. If you need to manage lots of citations, EndNote might be the solution for you. Use it to organize references and create bibliographies in many citation styles, including APA and MLA.
2 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join us for this in person and livestreaming workshop to see how EndNote Online allows co-authors to share a citation library while working on their article or book. The workshop may be of interest to Graduate Assistants working with faculty as well. You do not need to be a current EndNote user to benefit from this workshop.
10 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join us for this in person and livestreaming workshop to see how EndNote Online allows co-authors to share a citation library while working on their article or book. The workshop may be of interest to Graduate Assistants working with faculty as well. You do not need to be a current EndNote user to benefit from this workshop.
2 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join the University Libraries for a livestream presentation on EndNote, a free citation management software. If you need to manage lots of citations, EndNote might be the solution for you. Use it to organize references and create bibliographies in many citation styles, including APA and MLA.
12 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join University Libraries for this introduction to World Development Indicators, an outstanding resource for finding data about human development and standards of living throughout the world and its countries. Drawing from national statistical agencies, central banks, and other sources, this World Bank database provides information about poverty, wealth, health, education, economies, natural resources, and the environment – from big picture items like gross domestic product and access to drinking water, to details like the price of gasoline and the number of ATMs per 100,000 people. Learn about retrieving this data about the U.S., other nations, and world regions in this 30-minute workshop.
2 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join us for this livestreaming presentation of the University Libraries’ resources and services for online students. As an online student at Ball State, you have access to the full range of library resources and services, including database access, course reserves, interlibrary loan, and research assistance.
2 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopThis workshop is packed with essential information about the research process to help you get started with your thesis project. Students are welcome to come to room BC 129 or join us remotely. Learn about research tools and strategies that will help you gather sources for your literature review.
1 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join University Libraries for this introduction to World Development Indicators, an outstanding resource for finding data about human development and standards of living throughout the world and its countries. Drawing from national statistical agencies, central banks, and other sources, this World Bank database provides information about poverty, wealth, health, education, economies, natural resources, and the environment – from big picture items like gross domestic product and access to drinking water, to details like the price of gasoline and the number of ATMs per 100,000 people. Learn about retrieving this data about the U.S., other nations, and world regions in this 30-minute workshop.