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Staten Island Library Workshop Schedule (Loretto Memorial Library)   Tags: discover_new_york, library_research, literacy, scholarly_communication  

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Loretto Library Workshop Descriptions

Note: Staten Island Library workshops are scheduled up to accomodate people who are available during Common hour. If you or a colleague would benefit from attending a workshop, but you are unable to make any of the scheduled workshop times, please email the workshop presenter (listed on the "register" page)  or contact Lois Cherepon the to set up a convenient day/time for a one-on-one appointment or to schedule a workshop for your class, club, thesis support group, organization, etc.

MOBILE VERSION/Combined Calendar of all SJU Library workshops (Staten Island, Queens, Online)

Research Paper Citation Workshop:
Need help with your research? This workshop covers all the bases, and includes choosing a research topic, making a broad topic more specific, finding scholarly sources to support your thesis, evaluating sources, citing sources and avoiding plagiarism. ---Related LibGuide: Research Survival Guide

Internet Research:
This session will show you how to find scholarly information on the Internet via Google Scholar.  --- Related LibGuide: Finding Scholarly Articles 

RefWorks: Citation manager for research:  
Cite sources more easily, more quickly, and more accurately by using RefWorks! This workshop will show you how to create a RefWorks account, where you can manage your research sources, create bibliographies, and insert parenthetical references or footnotes directly into a Word document, saving you valuable time in the process. --   Related LibGuide: Refworks Toolkit

This workshop is for faculty who wish to learn the basics of using e-reserves in their classroom.   You will learn how to create an e-reserve account, how to transfer resources from paper to electronic format, and how to organize your e-reserve materials. Related LibGuide: Instructor-Managed E-reserves tutorial

This workshop will explore how search and use the many campuguides that STJ libraries offers.  Faculty will be shown how to setup an account. Related LibGuide: Campus Guides Toolkit



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