See this month's trivia question below. Click the tiger for the answer.
Tour of the Graphic Arts Collection.
|The Library Education and Training
Committee (LETC) serves as an advisory group working with library administration
and the bargaining staff to define educational, and training needs and
obligations. The committee is also involved in program planning and development.
The committee seeks to serve all library staff members and encourages input from everyone. Please contact the committee if you have a suggestion for a training need or are interested in teaching a session. Send suggestions/comments to the LETC Committee via e-mail or campus mail c/o Luisa Paster, Staff Development Librarian, Firestone Library. Your name and/or return address is optional.
Tours and Seminars
LETC Tours are guided visits to various library branches within the Princeton University system or a specific library department. The tours are a great opportunity to explore the library system if you are new library staffer, or catch up on renovations and refresh your memory if you have seen it before! To register for current tours, click here.
Seminars are presentations by library
staff members on library topics or topics of general interest. If
you have an expertise in an area you would like to share with others in
the library, please email Luisa Paster.
For a list of past seminar topics, click here.
Educational Resource Link of the Month
Among Princeton's growing collection of E-books is.
This is fantastic resource, literally, right at your fingertips!
Do you have a favorite educational resource link? If so, let us know!
E-mail your suggestion to Luisa Paster
to have it considered for link of the month. Click here
to view previous educational resource links.
Trivia Question(s) of the Month
How many hours per week was the Library open in the 1860's?
Click on the walking tiger at the top left corner of the page for