October 27, 2010
Join us for a Library Orientation
Interested in learning more about the Arboretum Library and how you can make the most of this valuable service? Join librarian, Susan Eubank, for a Library Orientation. Susan has 17 years of professional experience researching in botanical and horticultural libraries and has developed two different orientations tailored to your level of interest and expertise. Contact her at 626-821-3213 or via email to arrange a time for your free Library Orientation. Individuals and groups welcome.
Knowing the Plant World: Exploring the Arboretum Library
Get an overview of the Arboretum Library, it collections and services. This class is for anyone who is curious about what wonderful resources in this valuable and unique library. You will learn about using the materials, Library catalog and internet resources to find information on gardening and plants. From pests, diseases and sustainable practices to native plants in climates similar to Southern California, the Arboretum Library has information on it all.
Do Plant and Garden Research Like a Professional: An In-depth Exploration of the Arboretum Library
Learn how to use the library to do research as well as find other information sources about plants. This class is for anyone who has a general understanding of the Arboretum Library collection and who would like to know how to use horticultural and botanical resources in more detail. Bring your questions as an example for research.