Take advantage of free library workshops this quarter and learn about a variety of research topics and resources. Online students will be able to benefit from these workshops by connecting through Zoom or Adobe Connect. See the list of upcoming workshops below:

Turabian Citations–October 2, 5:00 – 6:00 pm
Struggling with Turabian citation styles? Learn about tips and tricks for citing correctly and efficiently. This workshop will focus on the basic aspects of creating citations and will introduce you to invaluable reference resources. The workshop will be held online. Register to get the invitation link.

Business Research Tools- October 4, 5:00 – 6:00 pm
Learn about the library’s web-based subscription databases to research companies, industries, and markets. The workshop will be held online, register to get the invitation link.

RefWorks- October 9, 5:00 – 6:00 pm
Is trying to figure out how to make a bibliography or works cited page giving you a headache?  Come learn how to use RefWorks, a Web-based bibliography manager. Participants will be introduced to the basic functions of RefWorks including setting up an account, exporting citations from research databases, creating folders, organizing citations, and creating a bibliography or references list. The workshop will be held online, register to get the invitation link.

Literature Reviews- October 16, 2:00 – 3:00 pm
Do you need to write a literature review for a class project, capstone, thesis, or dissertation? Are you finding the process overwhelming? Learn how to take control of the literature with this workshop! Participants will learn about the components of a literature review and general search strategies. The workshop will be held in the Anderson Academic Commons room 275. Online students will be able to join once they receive an email on how to access the virtual classroom.

Register for any of these workshops today!

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