With just 18 days until the Denman Undergraduate Research Forum on March 26, 2014, I hope you’ve got your poster done! No? Well, come on over to the Digital Union so you can get that out of the way. Continue reading
The first thing you need to do is get a Columbus Metropolitan Library (CML) subscription for free access to more books, movies, magazines, and other media than you’ll ever be able to consume in a lifetime. A lot of apps come and go on my phone, but here are the four reading apps I can’t live without.
I use this to request all kinds of resources from CML including print books, DVDs, and CDs. I also have all my account information handy such as items requested, held, and checked out; due dates; and fines. When I’m out and about, I use this app to scan a book’s barcode to quickly search for it within the CML catalog, then reserve it, all in less than 20 seconds. Continue reading
My top 3 tips for you before you start: know your options and locations, get a fresh set of eyes on your work before sending it to print, and carry multiple payment methods.
Large format printers capable of cranking out poster sized prints are often referred to as plotters. Students, faculty, and staff can print posters at a handful of locations around campus for way less than commercial print shops charge, so check out the locations below before you go rushing off to Kinkos on High. But before we go into the where, here are some important things to consider… Continue reading