Library Workshops

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Note: All workshops are held online through Zoom during the COVID-19 public health crisis.

Please register for the workshop you’d like to attend, and you’ll receive an email with access details.

Databases & Scholarly Articles

What’s a scholarly article and where do you find one?? This workshop discusses what scholarly sources (articles, journals, etc.) are and how to use the library’s databases to access them. Approx. 45 minutes.

Monday, 2/8 2:00pm | Click here to register
Wednesday, 2/10 6:00pm | Click here to register
Saturday, 2/13 1:00pm | Click here to register

Evaluating Online Sources

Your professor wants you to use online sources (sometimes called popular sources) for an assignment, but where to you start? This workshop teaches you how to identify credible information so you can choose the best sources for your work. Approx. 45 minutes.

Tuesday, 3/2 2:00pm | Click here to register
Thursday, 3/4 6:00pm | Click here to register
Saturday, 3/6 1:00pm | Click here to register

APA Citation, 7th Ed.

Learning how to cite in APA can be intimidating, but this workshop, led by your friendly librarians, breaks down the basics. Learn about why we cite, how to cite commonly used sources, how to format your paper, and more! Approx. 45 minutes.

Monday, 2/22 2:00pm | Click here to register
Wednesday, 3/10 6:00pm | Click here to register
Saturday, 3/27 1:00pm | Click here to register

Monday, 4/5 2:00pm | Click here to register
Thursday, 4/8 6:00pm | Click here to register
Saturday, 4/17 1:00pm | Click here to register

 

Interested in a workshop topic you don’t see here? Use our Ask A Librarian form and we might be able to offer a workshop based on your ideas!