The University Library will be hosting a series of training sessions throughout the Fall 2014 semester. The sessions are open to the entire academic community.
Learning Basic Library Resources for Research
Don’t know where to get started on finding information for that research paper? Do you want to learn how to effectively and efficiently do research using the library's website and resources? Then join us at Learning Basic Resources used for Research.. This workshop focuses on the process of doing research using print and electronic library materials. This session is ideal for those new to the college, new to using the online library or doing college-level research.
This session will be held every Monday and Tuesday at 10:00 am at the University Library Room 1.118.
Ready for Refworks?
Do you need to organize your research? Do you want to learn how to create bibliographies and reference pages? Then join us at Ready for Refworks? - How to Manage and Organize Your Research. This workshop will show you the benefits of using the RefWorks citation management software throughout the research process, including importing citations from electronic databases and creating bibliographies using different writing styles (including, APA, MLA, etc.).
This session will be held every Monday and Tuesday at 2:00pm at the University Library Room 1.118.
Google Scholar and You!
This workshop will teach you the basics of Google Scholar and how to use it to personalize and maximize your library research.
This session will be held every Wednesday and Thursday at 10:00am at the University Library Room 1.118.
E-Books and Your Electronic Devices
This session will cover how to download electronic books (E-books) on to your electronic devices. Please bring your tablets and laptops so that we may cover how to retrieve and download the electronic books.
This session will be held every Wednesday and Thursday at 2:00pm at the University Library Room 1.118.