General Workshop Series
Reach for Excellence
Research is a form of inquiry – you have a question and investigate the answer. Attend the University Libraries’ workshop series and gain skills to become a better and more confident researcher.
Bring a “brown bag” dinner and your inquisitive nature!
Fall 2021 Workshop Series
Human Anatomy Resources
Thur, Sept. 16 at 5pm via Zoom
Health Sciences and biology students need to know all the details of the human body in and out! This session will introduce a variety of essential texts, plus explore valuable, interactive 3D online anatomy tools. Come get a refresher, or discover something new that best fits your learning style.
The art of persuasion: Make your sources work for you
Tues, Oct. 19 at 5pm via Zoom
Are you unsure what your professors mean by “synthesizing” your sources? Do you struggle to integrate your sources into your paper? Do you feel like your paper reads awkwardly and unnaturally? In this workshop we’ll talk about ways to successfully integrate your sources into your paper in a natural, conversational way. We’ll also briefly discuss how to get citation assistance and where to get Zotero Citation Manager and Zotero help.
Who wrote that? Being wary on the web
Tues, Nov. 2 at 5pm via Zoom
Historically only the wealthy had the ability to create and disseminate information, but in today’s more participatory culture we can all contribute to the creation and spread of information. Citizen journalism, citizen science, and the rise of blogging and other less centralized and controlled sources of information have created a whole new landscape of resources. But how do we know which resources we can rely on? This workshop will look at how to evaluate sources we find on the web to be a skeptical – and wise – consumer of information.
Is it shareworthy? Becoming a more sophisticated social media user
Tues, Nov. 16 at 5pm via Zoom
Today almost everyone uses – and shares – on social media. But how do we determine what to share? And what to trust when our friends share? This workshop will look at some of the challenges posed by social media for information and news today. We’ll consider what goes on behind the scenes on social media and how to better make social media work effectively for us.
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Offering Extra Credit
Would you like to offer your students extra credit for attending one or more of these library workshops?
Contact Lisa Hoover at email@example.com or x3760 and we would be happy to take attendance for you.
Would you like a librarian to create a custom workshop for your class? A librarian can visit your class for a custom lecture or workshop tailored to your class assignment(s). Fill out a request or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unable to Make it?
Do you need help, but are unable to make it to one of workshops? Make an appointment to meet with a librarian one-on-one via Zoom for help with your research project, or email us at email@example.com.