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Research Open House and Raffle at the Libraries

Date: 
Tuesday, March 12, 2024

Monday, April 15 

1 – 3 p.m. Howe Library  

Come tour the library and put your name in for one of our fabulous raffle prizes! To kick off Research Week, UVM Libraries will host a special research open house to showcase libraries’ services and resources that support research. Explore the library, enjoy some refreshments, and get to know your libraries. 

How do you win a prize?? There will be locations and staff throughout the library - grab a station flyer as you come in and get it marked at the various stations. Turn in your marked flyer for a chance to win!!  

Our open house stations will include:   

  • VR demos – Did you know that we have a virtual reality studio? See it in action.  

  • Sound and Vision Studio tours – Get info on how to make podcasts, video and audio recordings, photography and equipment usage.  

  • 3D printing demos – Time to test out the 3D printer in the library. 

  • Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) and Data Visualization Services​ - Our experts will be on hand to answer your questions.  

  • Scholarly Communications – Did you know that UVM has an online archive for your publications? Talk to a librarian about how to find and use it.   

  • Subject librarian and reference services – Find out who your librarian is!  

  • Systematic/Scoping Reviews - Learn more about what these are and how they might relate to your research. 

  • The Leahy papers – Our archivists will talk about their fascinating work with the Patrick Leahy archives.   

  • Statistics and Research Data Consulting – Talk to our experts about how the libraries’ Statistical Analysis can help with your research.   

  • The Writing Centers - Visit to find out how they support both undergraduate and graduate students with their research and writing projects.  

  • The Center for Teaching and Learning and Writing in the Disciplines - Come find out how our services, events, and workshops can support your research.

  • Interlibrary Loan – Learn the ins and outs of how to borrow materials from other libraries (we make it super easy!). Sign up for an Illiad account.   

  • Circulation desk – Say “hi” to the great student workers at Circ. They can help you with books, getting items that are on reserve, and a lot more. 

Research Week is sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research (OVPR). Learn about what’s happening all week (April 15 – 19).