We at University Libraries hope that our entire campus community had a safe and restful winter break, and we are ready to jump into the winter quarter! Here are some upcoming events to get you back into the swing of things in January.
January 10 – The Three Headed Dog Book Reading
Please join University Libraries and the Human Trafficking Center in welcoming author Laura Agustin to read a passage from her book, The Three Headed Dog on January 10 at 5pm in the AAC Event Space. This novel explores the world of undocumented migration and the mystery of a young man’s disappearance.
This event is a part of Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and more information can be found at the AAC Book Display.
Please register for this event: https://udenver.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6ScPQguIO4fPb8N
January 17 – AAC Open House
The Anderson Academic Commons will host the Winter Open House on January 17, from 3 to 5 p.m. Play Olympics-themed games and win prizes as we showcase the resources that help can help you achieve academic victory. Visit each service partner around the main floor to compete for the gold. Get a head-start on the quarter with our help at AAC to set your own personal academic world record!
Each quarter the reference librarians at the library offer a number of free workshops on a variety of topics and resources. The workshops are open to current DU students, faculty, and staff.
Workshops take place in AAC 275 (The Herold Room) or online through Adobe Connect or Zoom. The location of each workshop is noted in the description. If you sign up for an online workshop, you will receive information via email on how to access the virtual classroom on the morning of the workshop.
Find more great events at AAC by checking our calendar: https://library.du.edu/events/calendar.html