You’re Invited: 2019 Student Expo

The Reynolds Libraries are pleased to present our fifth annual Student Expo! The Expo is a showcase of student work across our academic programs. Student work(s) must be entered by faculty. Students and faculty/staff are encouraged to attend. The Expo will be held from 12-2pm at all three campuses and food will be served. Tuesday, … Continue reading You’re Invited: 2019 Student Expo

You’re Invited: 2018 Student Expo

The Reynolds Libraries are pleased to present our fourth annual Student Expo! The Expo is a showcase of student work across our academic programs. Student work(s) must be entered by faculty. Students and faculty/staff are encouraged to attend. The Expo will be held from 12-2pm at all three campuses and food will be served. Tuesday, … Continue reading You’re Invited: 2018 Student Expo

Happy International Fact-Checking Day!

April 2nd is International Fact-Checking Day. Check out the resources below. You can also participate in the global conversation on Twitter by following: @factchecknet, #FactcheckingDay and #FactCheckIt Today's News: Separating Fact from Fiction (Reynolds Libraries guide) Do we still care about the truth? (International Fact-Checking Network @ Poynter) The Week in Fact Checking (International Fact-Checking Network @ … Continue reading Happy International Fact-Checking Day!

From Open Textbooks to Open Pedagogy

Reynolds librarians, Lynn Riggs and Denise Woetzel, recently attended the annual Open Education Conference right here in Richmond. Open education advocates gathered from around the world to learn about the latest research, development, advocacy, design, and other work relating to open education including: tools and technologies supporting open education; collaborations between teaching faculty and librarians … Continue reading From Open Textbooks to Open Pedagogy

A Program about The Children Act? Why?

“Just to be clear, Adam. You do realize that it’s for me alone to decide what’s in your best interests. If I were to rule that the hospital may legally transfuse you against your wishes, what will you think?” He was sitting up, breathing hard, and seemed to sag a little at the question, but he … Continue reading A Program about The Children Act? Why?