Jafet Library, in collaboration with the Graduate Council, the Graduate Students’ Society, the Student Representatives Committee and the Writing Center organized special information sessions for Graduate students regarding library Thesis Writing Services.
More than 50 Graduate students attended these sessions. Through the sessions, attendants learned more about Library resources in their fields of study, and about AUB thesis formatting and submission processes. They also learned how to use RefWorks, a citation management web-tool to import, organize and generate citations.
The same session was offered on two different days. One was on Wednesday April 16 and the second was on Thursday April 17, 2014. Both sessions were held at the Antoun Ghattas e-Classroom in Jafet Library in a collaborative manner where questions and concerns were raised and discussed at the spot. After the sessions, several graduate students reserved for one-on-one sessions with librarians for further information and guidance.
The sessions represent the starting point for an ongoing program involving the aforementioned parties. The program will ensure collaboration among all parties to introduce ongoing outreach activities to Graduates.
The concerned parties will continue working together to ensure smooth communication and information sharing among them for what is best for Graduate students.