Learn how to locate social science data and statistics through a series of upcoming workshops to be held in Leavey Library on Tuesdays in October. Keep reading to learn more about the workshops.
Librarian Jade Winn is co-chairing the dissertation committee for a USC Rossier School of Education doctoral candidate. Winn, who is Head of Social Work and Education Library Services for the USC Libraries, serves on the committee for Ed.D. candidate P. J. Woolston. Keep reading to learn more about Winn's participation on the dissertation committee.
In a San Diego News Network piece about plans to include a charter school in the city's Central Library project, commentator Murtaza Baxamusa had this to say: "Now, I love libraries, but there is one library that I particularly recall; the Leavey Library at USC. This was a brand new library with expansive spaces, and classical architecture, meant to be the central library of the downtown Los Angeles campus of USC. It housed some of the more general interest subjects, so you could always wander into a stack of books and pick up something interesting. What made Leavey impressionable though, was that it was not just a library, it was the place to be." Keep reading for more from Baxamusa about Leavey.
Katharin Peter will lead a series of workshops in October, covering demographic statistics and mapping applications as well as sources for public opinion data, education statistics, and comparative international data. The first one is Tuesday, Oct. 6, from 11:00 a.m. to noon in Leavey Library's Learning Room A. Keep reading for a complete schedule of seminars and topics.
A Financial History of the United States, 50 Key Concepts in Gender Studies, and Biographical Dictionary of British Economists are just a few of the titles now available through the USC Libraries e-resource Credo Reference. Keep reading for a complete list.