Library research workshops

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Date: March 10, 2022 View Recurrence Dates
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Virtual event
Category: Workshop
Event recording: View recording

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. 

Use this link to RSVP and Receive Your Zoom Link to the workshop.

Visit for more information about each workshop, and links to workshop recordings.

January 20
Welcome Back (to the Libraries) with Veronica Bielat, Student Success Librarian

January 27
Using Google Drive to Manage Project Team Documents with Cheryl Ball, Director of the Digital Publishing Collaborative

February 3
Understanding and Locating Impact Factors and Other Publishing Metrics with Veronica Bielat, Student Success Librarian

February 10
Receiving an email Solicitation from a Journal, What to do? with Ella Hu, Medical Librarian

February 17
Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps: What they are and how to navigate them with Clayton Hayes, Subject Specialist Librarian for Engineering, Honors College Kinesiology, Health & Sport Studies, Mathematics & Urban Studies, and Urban Planning

February 24
We Got It -- Now What? Using Interlibrary Services, Part II 
with Megan Hakala, Library Assistant III, Deb Horanic, Library Clerk, & Etta Barbee, Library Clerk Senior, Interlibrary Services


March 3
Using Wayne State Archives with Undergraduate Courses with Meghan Courtney, Outreach Archivist, and Taylor Henning, WSU Archivist

March 10
Why I've come to love the American Community Survey with Monique Oldfield, Subject Specialist Librarian for Social Work, Sociology, Gerontology, Foundation Center, Anthropology, Criminal Justice, and Public Health (CLAS)

March 24
Browser Extensions for Research with Gabby Bray, Graduate Student Assistant, School of Information Sciences

March 31
To be announced

March 2022