The Library & Knowledge Commons is hosting a series of workshops throughout November & December, open to all students, staff, & faculty. Each workshop will run twice, and snacks and/or lunch will be available, depending on the timing of the session. The workshops will all take place in the Knowledge Commons Classroom, on the main floor of the library, near the elevators.
Zotero Workflow and Tips: Save yourself hours of tedious work by using Zotero to organize, annotate, and cite your sources. The librarians will help you get started and/or troubleshoot!
- Monday, November 11 at 4:30pm [DONE]
- Tuesday, December 3 at 10:00am
HC Archives Presents: The History of Student Publications — In this workshop you will learn how to find rare and unique materials using the College Archives student publications collection. We will explore physical resources, as well as discuss strategies for conducting archival research.
- Tuesday, November 12 at 1:00pm [DONE]
- Wednesday, November 20 at 4:30pm
Library A-Z: Librarians will present a quick pecha-kucha-style introduction to all collections, spaces, & services offered by the library, perfect for new folks (and a great refresher for the rest of us!).
- Thursday, November 14 at 10:00am
- Friday, December 6 at Noon
Make Google Tools Work For You: Find out how to make the most of G Suite (docs, sheets, slides, etc), with Instructional Technologist Gaby Richard-Harrington.
- Monday, November 18 at Noon
- Tuesday, December 3 at 4:30pm
(It’s best to bring a laptop, and knowledge of the applicable login info, to the workshops for Zotero and Google’s G Suite.)
See you there!