[Repost FSU News]: Fayetteville State University Students Win Top Awards at Model UN Conference with Aid from Librarian Diana Amerson (5.16.2016)

Librarian Diana Amerson continued to be a vital asset to Model UN delegates at the 28th North Carolina Consortium for the International and Intercultural Education (NCCIIE) Model United Nations Conference.

Fayetteville State University (FSU) captured top honors at the 27th Annual North Carolina Consortium for International and Intercultural Education (NCCIIE) Model United Nations Conference held April 21, 2016, through April 24, 2016, at the Marriott in Greensboro, N.C. FSU swept the competition, taking home the most awards by a single university.  FSU was awarded the Overall Outstanding Delegate and the Overall Outstanding Delegation, the competition’s two highest honors.

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[Librarian Repost]: “A Digital Badge Initiative: Two Years Later” via Campus Technology News Update (4.15.2016)

ccc.coastal.eduThe founders (Alan J. Redid and Denise Paster) of Coastal Carolina University’s digital badge program (Coastal Composition Commons (CCC)) report on their progress, the response from students and faculty, and what lies ahead.

Two years ago, Coastal Carolina University implemented Coastal Composition Commons, a university-wide digital badge initiative designed to make student learning outcomes tied to first-year composition courses more visible to both faculty and students while providing a more unified experience across the program.

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Carole Boston-Weatherford Reading 4/11/16: National Library Week, FSU Authors Transform Our Community @ Chesnutt Library (4.11.2016)

Chesnutt Library is celebrating 2016 National Library Week with the FSU Authors Transform Our Community @ Chesnutt Library series, which will feature readings by Fayetteville State University faculty and staff who have published books on a wide range of topics and interests.

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Each reading be held in the 2nd floor J.C. Jones Board of Trustees Room in Chesnutt Library. The readings are are free and open to the campus and public.

Light refreshments will be provided by the Friends of Charles W. Chesnutt Library.

Learn more about National Library Week here.