Students, faculty, and staff at Argosy University, Atlanta celebrated National Library Week, April 10 – 16, with daily events to promote literacy. The events included:
- Library Talk & Technology - Students were invited to learn about how new technology is making research and information literacy more accessible. 39 students participated in demonstrations about the virtual research resources that the school offers.
- National Library Workers Day - A day reserved for library staff, users, administrators, groups, and friends to recognize the valuable contributions made by all library workers. Student workers were served homemade brownies!
- Share the Knowledge – Faculty members donated their favorite books to be displayed in the library. The library displayed 21 books from department faculty members, including a book elected from Argosy University, Atlanta President Dr. Steven Yoho.
- The Lib/Write Effect - Students learned more about the resources available at the campus library. Faculty demonstrated new features available on major research databases and assisted doctoral students in retrieving previously written dissertations from online databases. They also introduced students to newly completed dissertations written by previous Argosy University, Atlanta students.
- Library Amnesty Day - A day reserved for students who returned overdue books. Late fines were forgiven.