Best Practices in Library Research Workshop - Brian Quinn and Joshua Salmans
Registration opens four weeks prior to the event.
Face to Face Session in Library Lab 150
These workshops have been in high demand and the library suggests bringing your own device or laptop to the event so that we can maximize the occupancy in our lab.
Best Practices in Library Research
This workshop is a general introduction to the Library’s resources. Get tips on how to find articles and books. Learn how to expand and limit search results in databases. Create your free Document Delivery account. Access style guides online. Forget what you think you know. Rediscover the library.
Find the most relevant books and articles for your research
Learn expert search tips and tricks to improve your search results
Save time and effort by knowing where and what to search
Feel confident you can find the information you need for any class or assignment
• Learning Outcomes:
- Will know who my personal librarian is and how to contact him or her
- Will understand the mechanics of database searching
- Will know how to find print resources in the catalog
- Will know how to find peer-reviewed, full text articles
If you’re a distance student and wish to participate in the workshop via skype, please contact Brian Quinn. Brian.email@example.com
Related LibGuide: Basics of Library Research Workshop by Kimberly Vardeman
- Friday, September 6, 2019
- 2:00pm - 4:00pm
- Lab 150
- University Library