Library - Scholarly Commons
This calendar includes events sponsored by the Scholarly Commons as well as those by
Thursday, April 15, 2021
The 95th annual Faculty Exhibition highlights current work by School of Art + Design faculty in studio arts, art education, craft, new media, and design disciplines. The exhibition represents excellence in arts research and practice, as well as the collaborative relationship between the School of Art + Design and Krannert Art Museum.
Join us in a live, online session using OneNote 365 where we will discuss the structure of notebooks, practice putting data into them, and explore the interconnectivity of Microsoft applications with OneNote. This session is aimed for beginner users of OneNote.
In this 2-hour online class, learn how to create a basic Access report, and explore layout and design view. In design view add controls and set properties for those controls; learn about calculated controls, apply sort & group feature to report data, finish up with graphics (themes and conditional formatting).
Homemade, with Love Studio Art Days, will be in an onsite workshop, a space held and led by the curator for artists and people to skill-share and make art and at-home art kits for local Black girls. Artwork and kits made will be prompted with critical art concepts in tune with Black girlhood studies, Black girls’ creativity, and lived experience.
The Big Tech, Information, and Society HRI Reading Group is pleased to host author Alec MacGillis to discuss his book about Amazon, Fulfillment: Winning and Losing in One-Click America. The event is intended to be an informal Q&A rather than a "book talk." We look forward to your contributions and attendance.
Join photographic artist Sheila Pree Bright as she leads Daily Illini student photographers and journalists Farrah Anderson, Salem Isaf, and Quentin Shaw in conversation about the role of photography in capturing moments of civil unrest. This event is part of our Contemporary Conversations series, which instigates conversations around contemporary cultural issues, themes,
In this panel, we will talk with the people that know the most about the life cycle of your article and how you can understand its impact. Additionally, we will take a closer look at some of the metrics used to measure impact and ask whether they are useful tools for evaluating scholarship in the humanities.
Join the University of Illinois Press for informative sessions about academic publishing. Note, you must register for each panel individually.
This panel will feature practical tips on virtual events, and address how to partner with your press to raise your book's profile, how to plan out your publicity campaign if you have a forthcoming book, and strategies for pitching op-eds.