Spring 2023 ALL Library Workshops are online only, and offered through Canvas.
The Library is offering SEVEN ONLINE workshops starting January 18 and ending May 1 at 11:59 pm.
To self-enroll in the Canvas online workshops: Enroll in Canvas Workshops.
Sign-in to your Canvas account. You will receive a confirmation message and the workshops will now appear on your Canvas dashboard.
Learn how to recognize the various kinds of plagiarism and to highlight your original research while giving credit to the sources you consulted.
Books and 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.
Citing with APA
Learn how to create in text and reference citations in APA 7th edition. This workshop will teach you how to identify common errors, and will introduce you to tools to make citing easier.
Citing with RefWorks
You are finished writing your paper and now need to properly format your bibliography. Save yourself some frustration by learning how to create and organize the citations of your research sources with the ProQuest RefWorks citation management tool.
Evaluating the News
With so much online content in your social media feeds it can be hard differentiating between credible news sources and the wide net of misinformation. Learn skills and strategies to evaluate online content and rate news stories for reliability and bias.
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.
Starting Your Research
Were you assigned a research paper and don't know how to start? This workshop will teach you how to plan your research effectively using time-saving steps and strategies.