Research Smarter: JSTOR Tips and Tools
Tuesday, September 14 at 12:30 - 1:15 PM in 1st Floor Huie Library Computer Classroom
In this workshop, we will discuss the content of the JSTOR database, tips for advanced searching, using subject guides, and other tools for research available in JSTOR. JSTOR is a full-text database with thousands of journals relevant to the humanities, social sciences, sciences, and mathematics.
PsychINFO: Introduction to Effective Searching
Thursday, September 30 at 12:30 - 1:15 PM in 1st Floor Huie Library Computer Classroom
Get a head start on finding the sources you need for your papers and projects in psychology. Learn how to set up an effective search to capture relevant articles in PsycINFO. Find out how to determine if an article is empirical or not, and learn how to take the article information from the database and turn it into a correctly formatted APA citation. PsycINFO, a database of the American Psychological Association (APA), is the largest resource devoted to peer-reviewed literature in behavioral science and mental health.
Research Survival: Finding Scholarly Articles
Tuesday, October 12 at 12:30 - 1:15 PM in 1st Floor Huie Library Computer Classroom
Whether you are just starting to look for peer-reviewed articles on a topic, or you are seeking more sources for your papers or presentations, this workshop will cover finding and accessing articles from the library databases for academic research. Learn tips and tricks for using various tools to research more efficiently and effectively.
Thursday, November 18 at 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM in 1st Floor Huie Library Computer Classroom
We know getting started on a research project is hard. There are so many topics you could write about. Your professors might be asking for 10 or more pages from you. There are a bajillion articles, books, and videos available to you as a HSU student. How do you even begin to tackle all of this?
We have an idea for you: research party! On Thursday, November 18 from 11am to 1:30pm, librarians will be in the library computer classroom—with free snacks!—to help you get started. We will help you create and refine topics. We’ll 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.
Can’t make it? Get help from a librarian in-person, over the phone, or through chat at a time that fits your schedule.
Contact Lacy Wolfe for more information or to schedule a library workshop for your class.