What a wonderful crisp week to begin a new year! This week, many of our seniors (and brothers and sisters who’ve spent their “Anglican year” with us) are taking the GOEs–we’re holding them in prayer, and we know that they’ve got this!
At the Keller Library, we’re always thinking of ways we can get people excited about primary source research, and we have an opportunity for you: here’s a chance to pick up some research skills before the new term begins.
We are planning a primary source research workshop on Friday, January 20 from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm, and we hope you’ll join us! Your reference librarian will share two items from the GTS Archives and tell you what and how she found out about their history. After that, our special guest The Rev. Dr. Warren Platt, church historian, will discuss research techniques and resources he’s gleaned from his experience developing the religion collections and serving as reference librarian for the New York Public Library.
Please contact the library (email email@example.com) to let us know that you’re interested in the workshop on Friday, January 20, 2012…and take a minute to breathe!