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Drexel Libraries’ Building Connections to Scholarship Webinar Series
Start Date: 9/15/2020Start Time: 11:00 AM
End Date: 9/15/2020End Time: 11:30 AM

Event Description
Get to Know Your Archives & How it Can Help You

This webinar provides an introduction to archives and how you can use them in teaching and research. Participants will learn about the key differences between an archives and a library, how an archives collects and shares records of enduring value, the variety of archival units at Drexel University and in the Philadelphia area, and some of the many ways people use archival collections.

September 15, 11 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.


Drexel Libraries’ Building Connections to Scholarship Webinar Series

This fall, the Drexel Libraries is offering a series of webinars that highlight just a few of the resources, strategies and tools that Drexel faculty, researchers, professional staff and students can utilize to strengthen their own connections to scholarship. Expert librarians will share their knowledge to support faculty and researchers’ productivity and to prepare graduate students for successful research practices.


Contact Information:
Name: Stacy Stanislaw
Phone: 215-571-4095
Email: svs22@drexel.edu
Visit the event registration page to receive the Zoom link. This virtual event is open to the Drexel community.
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