Here are the remaining workshops for the Fall 2010 semester. Is there a workshop you are interested in but cannot attend? Feel free to take a look here: http://sullivanlibrary.wordpress.com/handouts/. After each workshop is completed, a handout is uploaded with the information that was given to the students who attended in person.
All students, faculty, adjuncts and staff are invited to the following workshops. Each workshop is held in the Sullivan Library computer lab. If you have not attended a library workshop yet this semester, you are missing out!
Research Made Easy
Thursday, November 4 from 12:45 to 1:45 PM (tomorrow!)
Working on a research assignment? This workshop will go over everything you need to know, from when you receive the assignment to when you start writing it. Topics include where to search for sources, figuring out your research question, and designing a thesis statement.
The Perfect Head Start: Journal Articles for Arts & Sciences and Education
Tuesday, November 9 from 12:45 to 1:45 PM
Take a look at EBSCOhost databases that might be useful for your academic research by finding journal, magazine, and newspaper articles. Also useful for Psychology students. Open to all students, faculty and staff regardless of major.
Citin’ in Style: APA and MLA Explained
Tuesday, November 16 from 5:45 to 6:45 PM
This workshop goes over the differences between APA and MLA when writing citations by hand, and explains how to construct an annotated bibliography.
Citing Your Work with RefWorks
Wednesday, November 17 from 2:15 to 3:15 PM
Working on a paper or annotated bibliography? RefWorks will help you with your in-text citations and your reference list/works cited page – you fill in the information, and it creates the reference list for you.
Register by calling me at (845)848-7506 or by emailing me at Nicole (dot) Kranich (at) dc (dot) edu.