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SEARCH: Find Resources with Keyword Searching

Thursday, January 27 at 12:30 PM in the 1st Floor Huie Library Computer Classroom

Using the library databases to find articles can be difficult especially in comparison to Google searching. In this workshop, students will learn how to develop keyword searches. Students may bring their own research topics or use provided example topics.

CITE: Create Citations and a Bibliography

Tuesday, February 15 at 12:30 PM in 1st Floor Huie Library Computer Classroom

In this workshop, students will use parts of a bibliography as puzzle pieces to recreate a citation and track it down in a database. Finally, students will combine their citations to create a group bibliography.

ANNOTATE: Create an Annotated Bibliography

Tuesday, March 15 in 1st Floor Huie Library Computer Classroom

Do you have questions on how to construct an annotated bibliography? In this workshop, students will locate and evaluate articles for their research projects. They will leave the workshop with a minimum of one annotation.

PARTY: Research Party

Thursday, April 14 at 12:30 PM in 1st Floor Huie Library Computer Classroom

How do you even begin to tackle getting started on a research project? We have an idea for you: research party! We will help you create and refine topics and show you how to use our databases to quickly find the best information. We can even talk about how to get resources from other libraries, if you need them.


Contact Lacy Wolfe for more information or to schedule a library workshop for your class.