An Introduction to the
Cheng Library Alumni Resources Guide
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
Whether you are back in school, thinking about going back to school, or just would like to utilize WP's library system remotely for research, join us for this webinar on the new
Alumni Resources Guide.
In this instructional webinar, alumni will be introduced to the new WPUNJ Alumni Resources Guide, designed by the David & Lorraine Cheng Library.
Attendees will learn about library access for alumni, Open Access (OA) and Open Educational Resources (OER), and freely available research tools.
This presentation is ideal for alumni interested in professional development and continuing education.
Sarah Hughes, Access Services Librarian
Sarah joined the Cheng Library in 2017 as the Access Services Librarian. She works within the Lending Services department and oversees circulation, course reserves, stack maintenance, and patron related services. Sarah holds a BA in Anthropology with a minor in Cinema Studies from Rutgers University, and a MSLIS from Pratt Institute.
Anna Klose Hrubes, Digital Initiatives Librarian
Annamarie Klose Hrubes is the Digital Initiatives Librarian. She holds a BFA in Film & Television from NYU and a MLIS from Rutgers University. Anna's areas of specialization include digitization, metadata, digital archives and libraries, and institutional repositories. She joined the Cheng Library in 2017.
Gary Marks Jr., Reference & Outreach Librarian
Gary holds BA degrees in History and Political Science, as well as an MA in Public Policy & International Affairs, all from WP. He earned an MLIS degree from Rutgers University and is pursuing a PhD in Public Policy, Law & Administration from Walden University. Gary started working in the Library as a student assistant in 1997 and has continued his service in the Cheng Library every since, working in both Lending Services and Interlibrary Loan prior to his current role in Reference. Gary has also served as an Adjunct Faculty member for Pioneer Success Seminar and Political Science.
Join us for this free webinar in our continuing webinar series.
This webinar is offered exclusively to William Paterson alumni.
And signing up for the webinar is as easy as one-two-three!
1. Right now, click on the link below to register:
Alumni Resources Guide
2. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email
with information about joining the webinar.
3. On Tuesday, December 4th, log in online, from your home or office, to view the presentation, which will begin at 12:30 p.m. You can listen to and view the webinar on your home computer.
That's it! After the webinar is complete, all attendees will receive a pdf of the presentation and a link to our YouTube channel, so they can view the presentation again.