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!
Spring 2021 Workshops
Becoming a Research Guru: Research Project Tips & Tricks
Tuesday, Feb. 2 at 5pm via Zoom
Are you totally new to the library? Or maybe you’ve used the library, but don’t feel like you are getting the best search results? This workshop will tell you how to be an effective library searcher…. And what to do if you get stuck!
Don’t Sweat the Citations: Citation Management Software
Tuesday, March 2 at 5pm via Zoom
Afraid of getting in trouble for plagiarizing? Intimidated by citations and reference lists? This workshop will discuss ways to avoid plagiarism and introduce you to the citation management software Zotero. Zotero helps organize your sources and save citation information… and helps you create your citations and reference lists!
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Tips for Evaluating Sources
How do I….? Ask the Librarian!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 email@example.com.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.