Did you make it to Inquiry at UST this year? It always includes such an impressive amount of research, and I can only imagine how you as faculty members must be proud of what your students have accomplished.
We at UST Libraries share your pride, and we are always willing to share the research itself, too!
We have several options to help ensure that students’ work can be shared with the larger UST community for longer than the typical 90-minute presentation window:
- OSF Library Rotunda: We have several easels on which we keep a rotating display of student posters – to catch the interest of everyone who seems to swing by this hub of Tommie activity. We’d be happy to add yours to the list!
- OSF Reference Area: The lower shelving in the OSF reference area is also a great place to display projects – it generates a lot of attention from people at Coffee Bene! We look forward every year to the amazing feats of the Physics 101 roller coasters. Does your class produce anything similar?
- Digital Display Monitors: If a physical poster is not available, monitors at both OSF and Keffer Libraries can display PDF versions.
Sound intriguing? Contact Laura Hansen to arrange a time to get your student’s work its time in the UST Libraries limelight!