Pinterest Workshop for Faculty/Staff, Tuesday, 10/15 @12:00pm

The Library and TLTC invite you to explore the world of online images and pinning using Pinterest, a tool for collecting and organizing the things that inspire you, in our next Faculty/Staff workshop.

“Millions of people use Pinterest in their lives and work. No matter what you’re interested in, there’s a place for it here. Join the community and start pinning today!” Join Pinterest.


Nailing Down Pinterest: Creative Uses in Class, Professionally and Beyond

Presenters: Carrie Marten and Susanne Markgren

Date/Time: Tuesday, October 15, 12:00-1:30

Location: Library 1015C DMZ

Come discuss and explore Pinterest with us. This workshop is for anyone interested in Pinterest.  Whether or not you have an account, all are welcome.  We invite you to come learn about this social networking tool and how it can be used in the classroom, for professional development and more.  Whether you are already using Pinterest in creative ways, or want to discover new methods, please come and share your projects and ideas.

To register or see a full list of workshops for faculty/staff from the Library and TLTC, visit

Advance registration is encouraged but walk-ins are always welcome.


Can’t make these dates? Looking for training on something else? The Library and TLTC offer professional development training opportunities on a variety of topics by appointment. To browse the full menu and request an individual or small group session, see:


About Susanne

Digital Services Librarian.

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