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WhoDoing What
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Smith Undergraduates
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Mediated Instruction, ReferenceCourse specific library instruction classes, all years
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New student library orientation
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First year seminar orientation activities
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Class presentation in MRBR
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Class presentation in Alumnae gym
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Attends drop-in library skills workshop
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Consultation with librarian for research paper
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STRIDEr and other research assistants consulting with librarian for faculty research
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Honors student meeting with librarian for required appt
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Spinelli Center tutoring groups
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One-on-one tutoring (e.g., foreign language student conversation with white boards)
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Reference desk help with research or equipment
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Use of General CollectionsDoing research using print and online books
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Doing research using print and online journals
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Doing research using other formats such as microfilm (which may require specialized equipment)
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Thesis students who need specialized resources and carrel space for a "home base"
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Reading and using language dictionaries
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Using print and online maps and atlases
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Confer with interlibrary loan staff
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Using travel guides
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Browsing DVDs
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Recreational reading (Burak, etc)
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Special CollectionsResearch own house, clubs, etc. for personal interest
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Research related to class assignments (whole class using SpCo materials or lone student)
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Research for thesis, honors projects, special studies
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Research for Book Studies and Archives concentration capstone projects
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Student activists researching Smith history (e.g., women of color at Smith, student demonsrations at Smith)
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Using special collections for media-rich projects (e.g., iMarie)
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Student interns
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Viewing/presentationExhibiting their own work
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Exhibiting projects curated from library materials
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Media Creation/Digital HumanitiesPrint documents (email, productivity software, reserves, etc. via wireless or Pharos)
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Scanning (flatbed scanner, book scanner, MFD)
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Photocopying
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Access to GIS softwarre
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Access to language software
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Access to resources in Spinelli
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Access to technology and facilities for video
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Access to technology and facilities for audio
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Access to "black box" space (technology rich and non-configured)
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Access to maker space technologies
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Using Equipment, GeneralUse public workstations for email, classassignments, other academic-related work, recreational activities
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Using equipment in accessibility lab
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Borrow library laptops
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Borrow CMP equipment
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Use outlets to charge mobile device batteries
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DVD viewing -- required or leisure
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Streaming media viewing -- required or leisure
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Solo studyQuiet, concentrated study -- reading, note taking
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Paper writing
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Intense study for exams (long hours, cramming)
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Solo study in group areas (students studying alone who prefer more active spaces)
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Group study, meetingQuiet study in the company of others
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Group work (on a project) - collaborative - requires equipment such as white boards and maybe other technologies (visualization studios etc)-- how do we plan for 20 years from now?
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Study group
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Presentation practice
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Student group meetings (e.g., editorial meeting for Global Perspectives
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Campus groups -- WIFI
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School for Social Work
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Mediated library instructionNew student orientation
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Course-specific library instruction
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Attends drop-in library skills workshop
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Consultation with librarian for research paper
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Consultation with librarian for thesis, dissertation
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Students approaching the reference desk for help with research or equipment
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Use of General CollectionsDoing research using print and online books
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Doing research using print and online journals
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Doing research using other formats such as microfilm (which may require specialized equipment)
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Thesis students who need specialized resources
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Confer with interlibrary loan staff
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Using travel guides
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Browsing DVDs
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Recreational reading (Burak, etc)
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Use of Special CollectionsOral history project
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Media CreationPrint documents (email, productivity software, reserves, etc. via wireless or Pharos)
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Scanning (flatbed scanner, book scanner, MFD)
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Photocopying
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Access to technology and facilities for clinical video
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Using Equipment, GeneralUse public workstations for email, class assignments, other academic-related work, recreational activities
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Using equipment in accessibility lab
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Borrow library laptops
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Borrow CMP equipment
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Use outlets to charge mobile device batteries
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DVD viewing -- required or leisure
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Streaming media viewing -- required or leisure
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