What is “Library Take Out” ?
“Library Take Out” is a new initiative for UT campus residence halls. Librarians will come to you and provide fun and engaging programming that will allow your residents to not only become better students, but citizens as well.
Our presentations can last anywhere from 15 heart-stopping, intriguing minutes to one raucous, rabble rousing hour.
SIGN UP HERE or contact Ingrid Ruffin, email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Please make request at least one week before expected event.
What do we offer?
Here’s a menu of some of the special programs that we can provide for you and your residents…
- How to get the most out of UT Libraries’ online services
- How to quickly format and manage your citations
- Advanced database searching
- Acclimation to the research environment
Residence Life Research Support
- Schedule one-on-one help
- How to navigate the research process
- Small group assistance
- Presenting your research
Civility in Action
- Do you want your residents to learn new ways of how to interact with different types of people?
- Want to have a discussion using movies from Residence Life Cinema?
- Want to have a titillating discussion using the latest book?
- Community Conversations: A librarian will help lead a discussion about a hot topic on campus or from the latest headlines.
You are a Grown-up, Now What?
- Making tough decisions: A librarian will share insights and resources useful for answering some of the important questions of adulthood.
- What’s in a meme?: A librarian will answer the following questions: What is a “meme”? When and Why do we use them? and How do you create one?
- Red, white, and you: A librarian will share some of the resources that can help to navigate the political landscape.
- Tech-etiquette: A librarian will share with you some tech-etiquette rules and hints on how to use your electronic devices more successfully
Don’t see anything you like here let’s work together to create a program that’s right for you!