Upcoming Library Workshops

 

 

Online Workshops

Spring 2015 Semester Workshop List: Past sessions at bottom of page


Scroll down the page to register for a workshop.

  • Better Google Searches in 45 minutes
  • Better use of Google Scholar
  • Citation tools
  • eBooks training
  • Library Base Camp for Graduate Students
  • Library orientation for Distance Education students and faculty
  • Library research basics
  • Library resources & services for Faculty
  • Navigating the Library databases
  • Roper Center for Public Opinion Research
  • Systematic Reviews and the Cochrane Collection

FAQ

What do I need to attend a online workshop?

  • PC or Mac with Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox or Chrome.
  • A minimum of a 56K modem.
  • Speakers or headphones are required.
  • A microphone or the ability to text Chat.

How do I register for an online workshop?
Register for online workshops by clicking the ATTEND link.

  • Fill out the form to enroll
  • A message will be sent to the provided email when you submit your enrollment that contains a URL to attend the workshop.

How do I attend when it is time for the workshop?

  • Be sure to log in 20 minutes before the scheduled workshop. Use this time to test your microphone and speaker settings through the auto wizard.
  • The workshops will start on time, so there will not be anytime for troubleshooting during the workshop.

What if I cannot fit a session into my schedule?

Librarians can schedule one-on-one sessions either in person or online to accomodate scheduling conflicts. Fill out the RAP request form and a librarian will contact you.


Spring 2015 Semester Workshop List 

 

CITATION TOOLS: ZOTERO AND CITATION MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE

Maximize your library research and improve your efficiency. This workshop will introduce you to Zotero Citation Management software, which can help you collect, organize, and reuse sources that you find for your research. Create references in the style you need and organize full text PDFs of articles and reports. 

Download Zotero in advance to get more out of this session.  We will take a few minutes to look at downloading, but we will not wait on this step.

Citation Tools: Zotero and Citation Management Software

Date

Session

Instructor

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Wednesday, January 28

3:30-4:30

John Wiswell

Register here

 

EBOOKS TRAINING

The Belk Library has thousands of eBooks available for research or leisure reading. Learn how to identify, access and utilize eBooks to your best advantage. Open to all faculty, students, and staff.

eBooks Training

Date

Session

Instructor

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Tuesday, February 10

3:00-4:00

Beth Cramer & John Boyd

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LIBRARY ORIENTATION FOR DISTANCE EDUCATION STUDENTS AND FACULTY

Be introduced to an overview of Library resources and services specifically designed for Distance Education students, faculty and staff. Will learn about services such as book and article delivery, catalog search, RAP sessions, instruction requests, etc. Bring questions and requests!

Library orientation for Distance Education students and faculty

Date

Time

Instructor

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Thursday, January 15

4:00-5:00pm 

Kelly McCallister 

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Monday, February 9

5:00-6:00pm

Kelly McCallister

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LIBRARY RESOURCES & SERVICES FOR FACULTY

Learn about all the great subject speific resources and services available to you. Examples include: instruction requests, reserves, NCDOCKS, reserve a room in the library etc. Check out our Faculty services link: http://www.library.appstate.edu/services/faculty

Library resources & services for faculty

Date

Session

Instructor

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Wednesday, January 21

11:00-12:00pm

Kelly McCallister

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NAVIGATING THE LIBRARY DATABASES

Open to all departments, this hour long workshop will introduce you to the Library website. Special attention will be paid to the databases, APPsearch, libguides, citation help, Google Scholar and lots more. Come with a research topic!  

Navigating the Library databases

Date

Session

Instructor

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Wednesday, January 28

2:00pm-3:00pm

Kelly McCallister

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QUICK LOOK AT EBOOKS

Ebooks can be a nuisance. This 15 minute workshop will look at easy ways to use 3 kinds of ebooks that dominate our catalog: ebrary, EBSCO, and Safari ebooks. We will not need any passwords or new accounts (except your AppalNet if you're off campus).

Quick look at eBooks

Date

Session

Instructor

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Thur, January 29

2:00pm-2:30pm

John Wiswell

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VIEW PAST SESSIONS

Date

Session

Instructor

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June 11, 2014

Navigating the library databases

Kelly McCallister

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June 19, 2014

Library research basics

Geri Purpur

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July 16, 2014

Citation tools

Elizabeth Williams

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July 22, 2014

eBooks training

Beth Cramer & John Boyd

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August 5, 2014

Better Google and Google Scholar Searches

Megan Johnson & John Wiswell

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August 22, 2014

Better Google Search

Megan Johnson

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August 22, 2014

Library orientation for DE students and faculty

Kelly McCallister

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August 27, 2014

Library resources & services for Faculty

Kelly McCallister

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August 28, 2014

Roper Center for Public Opinion Research

Allan Scherlen

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October 29, 2014

Better use of Google Scholar

John Wiswell

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