The HKBU Library will host its annual E-resources Discovery Week with a series of luncheon and workshops on the paid e-resources and database available for students in the coming week. Journalism students are encouraged to join as they have invited a list of star speakers on how to find credible news resources, including:
Hanh M. Dong from New York Times will discuss how to distinguish fake news and the importance of honest journalism in a post-truth era on March 12 (Monday).
Also, Carol So from ProQuest will introduce various resources on how to find news around the world, including Factiva and various databases on the ProQuest platform at the same date.
Furthermore, Alfred Ng from Cengage Gale will cover a wide range of full-text primary source content from human sexuality to declassified U.S. documents from the Gale Primary Sources on March 14 (Wednesday).
Date: 12 – 16 March, 2018
Veune: 2/F & 3/F, Main Library
If you are interested in the activity, please register at the library website: https://hkbu.libguides.com/c.php?g=814297&p=5810785
You may even win an iPad mini4, Kindle, Apple Airpods, and other electronic gagets back home by collecting sticket after each workshop. You get 1 sticker on your Mini-Passport for attending 1 Lunch & Learn workshop. The more stickers you gather, the higher chance to win!
Posted by: Jessie Pang