Library research workshops
This event is in the past.
The Libraries have far more to offer than you may realize! Our Thursday Library Workshop Series explores resources and services that can help you with research, projects, citations and more. From online and in-person services, to new tools and apps, these workshops will teach you tips and tricks to make your work easier and more efficient. All sessions will be offered online.
Visit guides.lib.wayne.edu/workshops for more information about each workshop, and links to workshop recordings.
September 9 Welcome to the Libraries with Veronica Bielat, Student Success Librarian
September 16 Getting Started with Zotero - Manage Your References and Create Citations with Veronica Bielat, Student Success Librarian
September 23 Finding Scholarly Research Articles with Summon and more with Veronica Bielat, Student Success Librarian
September 30 WorldCat - Exploiting Information in the World's Libraries with Karen Liston, Subject Specialist Librarian for African American Studies, Asian Studies Classical, Education, English Language Institute, German Studies, Global Studies, Linguistics, Near Eastern Studies, Office of International Students & Scholars, Romance Languages, Slavic Studies
October 7 We Can Get That! Using Interlibrary Services with the University Libraries Interlibrary Services staff
October 14 Researcher Impact and Managing Profiles in Google Scholar and More with Clayton Hayes, Subject Specialist Librarian for Engineering, Honors College Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies, Mathematics & Urban Studies and Urban Planning
October 21 Research in the Archives with Meghan Courtney, Outreach Archivist
October 28 Accessing Articles and Keeping Up-to-Date: Browzine, LibKey and other apps with Amelia Mowry, Metadata Librarian and Veronica Bielat, Student Success Librarian
November 4 Managing Your Research Photos with Tropy: Free, Open-Source Software with Alexandra Sarkozy, Subject Specialist Librarian for Nursing, Biomedical Engineering, History & Philosophy
November 11 Using Styles to Format your Reference Lists in Microsoft Word with Cheryl Ball, Director of the Digital Publishing Collaborative
November 18 Roper iPoll: an introduction with Monique Oldfield, Subject Specialist Librarian for Social Work, Sociology, Gerontology, Foundation Center, Anthropology, Criminal Justice and Public Health (CLAS)