FYSE 1558 Fighting for Justice: Library Workshop I
Hi! This is a brief scavenger hunt/exercise to introduce you to the various resources and services the library offers.
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Hi! I'm Ryan Clement. I'm the Data Services Librarian, and *your* librarian for this FYSE.
As the Data Services Librarian, I provide general research and technology assistance to students, faculty, and staff at Middlebury, and specialized assistance to those working with data, particularly in the social sciences and humanities. I can help with projects involving finding, acquiring, managing, interpreting, analyzing, and visualizing data.
I also serve as the subject specialist in the library for the Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Linguistics, Philosophy, and Sociology departments, and serve as Middlebury's Government Documents Coordinator.
I can help with questions about information at *any* stage in a project. Whether you are trying to hone in on a research question, acquire background information, find or use primary sources or data, or cite your evidence properly, I can help!
Please complete all of the steps in this Library Warm-Up exercise. By the time you click on the "Submit" button at the end, you'll know about some important library resources, and you'll have had a chance to ask me questions before our time together next week. The due date for the Library Warm-Up is Thursday, September 30 at 11:59 PM.
Keep track of any questions that arise. I will answer questions and provide more advice in our workshop on Friday, October 1. If you'd like to talk before then, use the "Email" or "Schedule Appointment" buttons under my photo on my library profile page (
This exercise should take around 30 minutes, and will not be graded, but will provide me with information on areas we should focus on during our first workshop together.
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