Building a Digital Research Identity

Who are you as a scholar? Is your research making an impact? Bring your laptop or tablet to this workshop where we’ll explore tools and services to make your online identity visible where it matters, to make your research accessible, to promote your work and to measure your impact in your field

Sheila Green, is the College of Medicine liaison to the TAMU Medical Sciences Library and the Bryan Campus Librarian. She tested, taught and managed computer software projects during her corporate information technology career.  When her interests evolved away from the technology that delivers information to exploring how people use it to achieve their goals, she obtained a Master of Science in Library Science from the University of North Texas in 2007. She has rounded with internal medicine residents and delivered “library minutes” in morning report as a medical librarian at the Texas Medical Center Library in Houston. As an MSL librarian, she works with stakeholders in the College of Medicine to further their goals for research, student success and societal impact.


Reynolds Medical Sciences Building
206 Olsen Blvd.
Room 141 (host site) (map:

Parking:  Pay parking in lots 72A and 72B or bus.

**Note: TTVN to Temple, Dallas, Houston and Kingsville
Temple – MRB 142
Dallas – COD 612
Houston – ALKB 1105
Kingsville – COP 243


Jun 29, 2017
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Registration deadline: Jun 27, 2017 05:00 PM