|Avoiding Plagiarism (online only)
Learn how to recognize the various kinds of plagiarism and to highlight your original research while giving credit to the sources you consulted.
|Books & eBooks
Finding and using books and eBooks for research can be a breeze. This workshop will teach you how to find books using our catalog and how to navigate and evaluate those books to locate specific information.
|Finding Articles (also available online)
Important sources for your research are often articles that are published in scholarly journals. Learn how easy it is to get exactly what you need for your research when you use the library’s online article databases.
|Finding Information Pilot (online only)
Saddleback Library’s new WorldCat catalog can be used to find books, journal articles, DVDs, and more. Take this online workshop to find out how to do one-stop information shopping!
How do you find credible sources on the internet in the sea of free information? Come to this workshop to break out of your searching rut and learn how to find exactly what you need for your research.
|Planning Your Research
You have been given a research assignment, now where do you begin? This workshop will teach you helpful tips to mastering the steps of the research process making anxiety and procrastination a thing of the past.
Do you need help formatting your citations in APA, MLA, or Chicago style? In this workshop, you will learn how to use RefWorks for your citations, making your research (and life) so much easier.