Film Screening, The Living Record of Our Memory

Why preserve film in a world where audiovisual materials seem so readily available online? That is the key question posed in Film, the Living Record of Our Memory, which features interviews with film archivists, curators, technicians, and filmmakers including Costa-Gavras, Jonas Mekas, Patricio Guzmán, Ken Loach, Bill Morrison, Fernando Trueba, Wim Wenders, and appearances by Martin Scorsese, Barbara Rubin, Idrissa Ouédraogo, Ridley Scott, and Ousmane Sembene.

Panel Discussion: Freedom of Information Act

Interested in how the Freedom of Information Act and other Open Records laws help shine light on government, or how classified materials become publicly available? Join us for a panel on the Freedom of Information Act where UGA experts will share tips for submitting an open records request, talk about their own experience working with these laws across states/jurisdictions, and more.  


Charles Davis

Makerspace Technology for Graduate Students

In this session, learn about makerspace technology and how to apply it to your graduate research ... and to unwind from your graduate research! The McBay Science Library Makerspace is open to students of all disciplines and provides technology instruction. Technology is offered free of cost and includes 3D printers, a laser cutter, Arduino microcontrollers, Raspberry Pi minicomputers and a sewing & embroidery machine.

Designing a Research Poster

A good research poster isn't a research article on a 4​'x3' piece of paper. Learn design tips and tools to make your poster look professional and how to communicate through graphic elements such as maps, charts, and tables. No artistic skill or knowledge of specialized software required!