Have you ever had trouble tracking down book in Crown? Don’t even know where to start? This workshop is for you!
From searching the catalog to understanding what you can and can’t check out, this 20-minute workshop is designed to make you more familiar with the print book collection here. Attendees will not only learn more about the books we have, but how they are arranged and what to do when we don’t have one (hint: I-Share to the rescue!).
Don’t miss out on this workshop which takes place in Crown 111 on October 2nd at 6 pm, October 4th at 2:30 pm and October 5th at 11 am.
Register at http://www.dom.edu/library/instruction/workshops. See you there!
You get the alert on your phone. It’s happened, the dead are walking. You’re stuck in the library, zombies clawing at the doors. What can you do? Look for helpful information! The library is full of that, right? But how do you know which source to choose? At our free workshop, “Choosing the Best Library Resources: Survival Skills for Class and the Zombie Apocalypse” you’ll learn how to identify different sources and find out which ones might be best for your research papers, or which ones might get you past the zombies alive!
Go to http://research.dom.edu/students/workshops to register for this and other free library workshops
As we get deeper into the semester, professors are probably advising you to start thinking seriously about your big research projects. If you don’t know where to start, Crown Library’s How to Start Research workshop can help. We will lead you through three basic steps that will set you up for success: reading your assignment to identify all of the research requirements, understanding the difference between a thesis and a research question, and creating key words or search terms. Once you have these three skills, you’ll be able to start your research on the right foot. We will be hosting this workshop in Rebecca Crown Library, Room 111, at the following times:
Monday, September 18 at 6:00 pm;
Wednesday, September 20 at 2:30 pm;
Thursday, September 21 at 11:00 am.
You can register on the library’s Workshops page.
We hope to see you there!