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    What Are We Made Of?
    In this exhibit, you will shrink down to the microscopic level and witness materials of the future. These renewable, regenerative materials are resilient under a range of environmental and human-made stressors and allow humans and nature to coexist in harmony.
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    What Are We Made Of?
    In this exhibit, you will shrink down to the microscopic level and witness materials of the future. These renewable, regenerative materials are resilient under a range of environmental and human-made stressors and allow humans and nature to coexist in harmony.
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    Open Virtual Reality
    The VR lab is back! Whether you’re a VR first-timer, an immersive data visualizer, a researcher or a developer, an artist in search of a new medium, an instructor curious about how to use the tech in class, a student of storytelling, or some other type of human being, VR Open Hours are for you! Take our HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and other headsets for a spin, and talk to us about your ideas. We love to connect people with hardware, software, and each other. Participants can log into their personal accounts to access VR content they own, or explore the myriad content we have available, including real student projects and industry tools: Paint, sculpt, animate, and work with 3D models/environments Immersively visualize data, anatomy, molecules, math equations, historical sites and events, or even comics Learn language, circuitry, lab chemistry, medical procedure, extended-reality (or "XR," including VR and 360) media production Play games for transportive narrative, exercise, team building, or just plain fun Explore the great outdoors, real-world geography, or hypothetical interior designs Simulate colorblindness, astronaut experience, a rollercoaster ride, etc. Develop your own VR experiences, or use VR tools to develop interactive experiences of any kind Deploy VR to support your course or research Record and/or share screens and workspaces with others in real time
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    Multimedia Writing Center
    The Multimedia Writing Center in the library is located within the Digital Scholarship Lab on the west wing of the second floor. This location of the Writing Center @ MSU serves multimodal and digital projects.  For more information go to the Multimedia Writing Center
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    An Introduction To MSU Commons
    MSU Commons is an open access platform for connecting with other scholars, sharing your work, and developing your online presence. On MSU Commons, you can deposit your scholarly and educational work in an open access repository, join discussion groups and collaborate in your areas of interest, create a WordPress site to host a multitude of content (including course content), and establish a digital presence that allows to you find other members, publications, and networks related to your work. This workshop will provide an introduction to the four key areas of MSU Commons (Profiles, Groups, Sites, and CORE deposits) as well as focus on ways and reasons to use MSU Commons for courses. Time will be provided for questions.
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    Online Mendeley Demonstration and Q&A
    This is an overview of the citation management program Mendeley, utilizing the Mendeley Reference Manager and Mendeley Online Library. In this overview, participants will be shown: The sections and usefulness of different organizing features, How to import references from MSU's online catalog and article databases, And how to create in-text citations and bibliographies in a Word document using Mendeley Cite. Visit this guide for more information: http://libguides.lib.msu.edu/mendeley. A training handout is available on the 'Training at MSU' tab plus links to other instructional videos. If creating an account, it’s recommend you do NOT register with an MSU.edu email address.  For greater comprehension, previous experience searching article databases available from the MSU Libraries is encouraged. For more information or questions, please contact Mendeley coordinator Suzi Teghtmeyer at teghtmey@msu.edu REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. A link to the Zoom session will be sent out with the registration confirmation.
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    What Are We Made Of?
    In this exhibit, you will shrink down to the microscopic level and witness materials of the future. These renewable, regenerative materials are resilient under a range of environmental and human-made stressors and allow humans and nature to coexist in harmony.
    Other

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    The Great Muslim American Road Trip: Episode Screening and Discussion with Hosts Mona Haydar & Sebastian Robins
    Join Mona Haydar and Sebastian Robins, hosts of the PBS series The Great Muslim American Road Trip, in person at the East Lansing Public Library. Mona and Sebastian are a young Muslim American couple who recently journeyed along the iconic Route 66 in search of Muslim American history and identity. We will view and discuss the episode A Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Tulsa to Albuquerque. This episode explores Black American history including the Tulsa Massacre, African American jazz musicians, interfaith relations and more.
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    Academic Mamas*: Spartan Edition
    Community of Practice (CoP) for womxn and female-identifying caregivers within the MSU ecosystem to share practical knowledge, "watercooler" engagements, exchanging resources, supporting one another and more. Folx who RSVP for this event will also be added to a private #iteachmsu Group (under the same name) for asynchronous connection and conversation in addition to this monthly lunch-time gathering.
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    Happy Valentine's (G)ay!
    Roses are red, violets are blue, the MSU Library celebrates you!  Join Special Collections for Valentine's Day with a colorful sample from our LGBTQ+ collection.  We'll feature comics, novels, prints, and more.  Grab a fidget toy and a card while you're here.  This holiday is for everyone!
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    Open Virtual Reality
    The VR lab is back! Whether you’re a VR first-timer, an immersive data visualizer, a researcher or a developer, an artist in search of a new medium, an instructor curious about how to use the tech in class, a student of storytelling, or some other type of human being, VR Open Hours are for you! Take our HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and other headsets for a spin, and talk to us about your ideas. We love to connect people with hardware, software, and each other. Participants can log into their personal accounts to access VR content they own, or explore the myriad content we have available, including real student projects and industry tools: Paint, sculpt, animate, and work with 3D models/environments Immersively visualize data, anatomy, molecules, math equations, historical sites and events, or even comics Learn language, circuitry, lab chemistry, medical procedure, extended-reality (or "XR," including VR and 360) media production Play games for transportive narrative, exercise, team building, or just plain fun Explore the great outdoors, real-world geography, or hypothetical interior designs Simulate colorblindness, astronaut experience, a rollercoaster ride, etc. Develop your own VR experiences, or use VR tools to develop interactive experiences of any kind Deploy VR to support your course or research Record and/or share screens and workspaces with others in real time
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    Grading Practices
    As midterms are approaching, GTAs and instructors in their various roles are navigating ways of grading effectively and providing valuable feedback to students on their learning. In this session, we will share grading practices, identify challenges, and find solutions for effective grading. We will also provide strategies to provide meaningful feedback to students and communicate with them about it.
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