Projects

 

 

TxLA TALL Texans 2012

Class member of the 2012 Texas Library Association Texas Accelerated Library Leadership Institute (TALL Texans), facilitated by Maureen Sullivan and Jack Siggins. 
[recipient of $300 stipend from TxLA College and University Libraries Division (CULD]

 

 

 

TxLA 2012 Conference Preview

Texas Library Association 2012 Conference Preview: Greg Hardin and Valerie Hill discuss the difficulty and the importance of “Creating Alliances with the Overlapping Fields of IT and Librarianship”
(Accessible online: http://txla.adobeconnect.com/p3vchwya4gp/

 

 

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What’s Your QEP?
video by Texas Woman’s University

 

“iPioneers Managing a World of Information–Building Skills for Scholarship and Lifelong Learning.” A Proposed Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) for Texas Woman’s University.Maxwell, Connie, Annita Owens, Greg Hardin, Nancy Hadsell, Sandy Cochran, and Sarah Merrill. October 2011.

 

(Accessible online:http://www.twu.edu/downloads/qep/QEP-iPioneers.pdf)

 

 

Greg Hardin, RefWorks in Library Journal

 

Interviewed by Library Journal about RefWorks for Product Watch: Reference Management Tools

(Accessible online:http://bit.ly/referencemanagement)

 

 

 

Greg Hardin TxLA Member of the MonthTexas Library Association Member of the Month — March 2011.

(Accessible online: http://www.txla.org/Hardin-Greg)

 

 

 

Greg Hardin LibGuides
SpringShare LibGuides administrator for TWU Libraries (LibGuides Profile).
Subject Liaison for Library & Information StudiesComputer ScienceKinesiology & Sports, and Mathematics.

 

 

 

 

Doing Research: Understanding Information Sources” (online tutorial), produced by Connie Maxwell, Greg Hardin, and Brandy Klug. Supported by Texas Woman’s University Libraries and Distance Education, with technical support from UNT Texas Center for Educational Technology. 2009. (Accessible online) [Accepted into the ALA/ACRL Instruction Section’s Peer-Reviewed Instructional Materials Online (PRIMO) Project.]

Doing Research: Avoiding Plagiarism” (online tutorial), produced by Connie Maxwell, Greg Hardin, and Brandy Klug. Supported by Texas Woman’s University Libraries and Distance Education, with technical support from UNT Texas Center for Educational Technology. 2008 
(Accessible online) [Accepted into the ALA/ACRL Instruction Section’sPeer-Reviewed Instructional Materials Online (PRIMO) Project.]