The University Libraries invited faculty to celebrate the start of the new academic year at the Fall Faculty Reception. The open house event provided faculty members an opportunity to mingle and learn more about each other and the libraries.
After a warm welcome from Interim Dean of the Libraries, Leslie Reynolds, faculty and subject specialists from the libraries enjoyed light refreshments while small groups toured Special Collections. A CU Scholars presentation by Ryan Caillet, manager of our institutional repository, encouraged open access publishing and shared the ways the libraries can offer support.
Winner of our swag raffle bag was Assistant Professor Jae Won Chung from the Department of Asian Languages and Civilizations.
In case you were unable to attend, here is a brief overview of what the libraries have to offer faculty:
- Scholarly resources to support research and teaching
- Research consultations and information literacy seminars
- Access to unique materials in the CU Digital Library, Special Collections & Archives
- Support for open access publishing (through the Open Access Fund and CU Scholar)
- Research data management assistance
With more than 7.5 million volumes, the University Libraries system on the CU-Boulder campus is the largest library collection in the Rocky Mountain region. We are here to support you during every stage of your academic career.