Please join us in the IRC to celebrate the publication of Carl Heine’s book, “Teaching Information Fluency,” from 11:35 a.m. until 12:30 p.m on Friday, January 24, 2014. Carl is a member of the Strategy and Innovation Department at IMSA.
Refreshments will be served and attendees will have a chance to chat with Carl.
In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Connie James-Jenkin has put together a multimedia display of material honoring the civil rights leader. Everything on display can be checked out, and if you are looking for more information on MLK, visit http://ircguides.imsa.edu/martinlutherkingjr.
We’ve just received the first issue in our new subscription to the “New York Review of Books.” Not only are there timely pieces penned by various writers, but the “New York Review of Books” has some very interesting ads in the back pages.
This publication is celebrating it’s 50th year of publication and is now available to read in the IRC or check it out!
IMSA students prepared and served the finger food and ice cream that was served at this year’s event as part of IMSA’s Intersession week of special classes. As is true every year, the homemade ice cream station always has a waiting line. The students involved with the food preparation and presentation were part of “Food to Share.”
IMSA student photography, ceramics, glass blown objects, graphic novels and illustrations were displayed and available for sale during the IMSArt Expo, which was held from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. in the IRC.
Music students sang and played for attendees’ listening enjoyement.
Jean Bigger, IMSA IRC Technical Services Supervisor, along with Jonathon Besancon, a faculty member of IMSA’s World Languages Dept., organized a superb event. Jean takes a moment at the start of IMSArt Expo to thank all involved in the event.