The Center for Library Resources and Education Media together with the School of Liberal Arts organized “SLA English Major Senior Project Exhibition #2023”

        The Center for Library Resources and Education Media collaboration with School of Liberal Arts organized “English Academy Senior Project Exhibition #2023”, or “SLA English Major Senior Project Exhibition”, aimed to provide 54 groups of 4th year students in the English Program, School of Liberal Arts, with the opportunity to present their creative works in a poster exhibition format, a part of ENG 63-411 – Senior Project Course. The exhibition was held on 30 August – 1 September 2023 at The Center for Library Resources and Education Media on the 1st floor of Waiting Hall area, Mini-Theater room. The special highlight, the English Academy Senior Project Exhibition #2023 was opened on Thursday August 31, 2023 at 3.00 – 6.00 P.M. by Assistant Professor Dr. Wararat Whanchit, School of Liberal Arts and students participated the exhibition with Party Y2K themed dress-up. Organizing this learning promotion activity helped students to increase their knowledge of languages and apply knowledge to benefit in wider society, as well as develop research skills, capture and organize issues, which are important skills for lifelong learning that will benefit both continuing education, occupation and living in a rapidly changing world.

        The total number of participants participated in this activity was 135, indicated that the Center for Library Resources and Education Media not only providing information resources borrowing/returning services and quiet areas for studying, but also offering a Co-Working Space for students of all programs to exhibit their work in a variety of formats, which makes students realize that university library is a great place for both working and learning. By allocating multi-purpose space that can support working and learning, group working, including areas for movie viewing, lecture, exhibition and presentation, can create an exchange of knowledge between students and the Center for Library Resources and Education Media and manage the use of resources for maximizing benefit and discipline students to follow etiquette while using the library.