Active Ergonomics Training for Computer Users
Two, Two-hour Sessions (staff must be able to attend both sessions)
Tuesday, May 24, 2005 and Tuesday, May 31, 2005
10:00 am – noon
Student Learning Center, Classroom 368
Registration Required:Please contact Shane Clayton, firstname.lastname@example.org, 542-6172 to register. A confirmation of attendance will be sent. Class size is limited to 20.
Instructor: Brenda Greene, PT, PhD, OCS
Division of Physical Therapy
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine
Topics in the first session include causes of injury, anatomy/biomechanics, workstation design, office body mechanics and workstation assessment checklist. The participants will be asked to assess their workstations before the second session. Topics on the second day will be: findings from the workstation assessment, workstation design solutions, body mechanics solutions, and exercise solutions
Main Library: The LSA animal welfare supply drive is underway. Exhibits at Main and Science features rescued pets and their Library companions and educates about the local animal welfare agencies. Check out your colleagues' beloved family members!
Hargrett Library: "A Snapshot of the Civil War in America" features letters, diaries and other artifacts, in addition to photos from the first great war to be photographed.
Russell Library: “What’s in a Flag: The History of Georgia’s Flag 1956-2004.” Never has the power of symbols in society been so evident as in the contentious and continuous revisions to the designs of the Georgia flag. From the first flag to the current one, there have been eight different designs with some engendering significant controversy among factions in the state. This exhibit features collection items from state representative Janet Merritt, state representative Louise McBee, Governor Zell Miller, and editorial cartoonist Gene Basset.
Circle Gallery, School of Enviromental Design: cyan dreams: photographs by robin fay through May 31. An opening reception will be held: May 4 4:30-6 p.m.
A collection of 40 photographs from artist (and librarian!) Robin Fay, ranging from travel to abstract themes.
The Libraries has a new calendar located at www.libs.uga.edu/events, providing a central place for information on events and meetings. Please contribute by sending your news to email@example.com. The "libnews" address also replaces firstname.lastname@example.org as the places to send news for Update.