UA Libraries Announce Spring Instruction Classes

  • February 7th, 2000

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — University Libraries at The University of Alabama has announced its spring 2000 instructional classes for faculty and students in the use of AMELIA, EAI and Internet search engines on a fixed schedule from Feb. 14 through March 16.

Individual instructional classes are 50 minutes long and will again be held in the Library Instruction room on the fourth floor of the Gorgas Library. Classes are offered on a first come/first served basis and the room seats a maximum of 50 participants.

Dates and times for each class is as follows:

Online Catalog (AMELIA) and EAI (Expanded Academic Index)

February March

Monday 14 9 a.m. Monday 6 11 a.m.

Tuesday 15 9 a.m. Tuesday 7 1 p.m.

Wednesday 16 2 p.m. Wednesday 8 9 a.m.

Monday 21 10 a.m. Monday 13 1 p.m.

Tuesday 22 9 a.m. Tuesday 14 10 a.m.

Wednesday 23 11 a.m.

Thursday 24 10 a.m.

Monday 28 11 a.m.

Monday 28 2 p.m.

WWW Search Engines

February March

Tuesday 15 1 p.m. Thursday 2 2 p.m.

Wednesday 16 Noon Wednesday 8 2 p.m.

Tuesday 22 Noon Thursday 9 Noon

Tuesday 29 10 a.m. Thursday 9 2 p.m.

Tuesday 29 1 p.m. Tuesday 14 2 p.m.

Wednesday 15 2 p.m.

Thursday 16 1 p.m.

Other classes may also be offered on an appointment basis, including Basic Research Strategy, Sources for Graduate Studies, and subject-specific classes in art, English, history, Latin American studies, psychology, theatre and dance, women’s studies and criminal justice.

For more information, call 205/348-2802.

Contact

Lance M. Skelly, Office of Media Relations, 205/348-3782

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