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Live Workshops On Demand

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Available topics:​ Finding Articles; Creating Citations Using MLA Formatting; Creating Citations Using APA FormattingCreating Citations using Chicago/Turabian Formatting; Credible Internet Sources; Primary & Secondary Sources; Literary Criticism Sources​​

Instructors: contact Linda Martin for scheduling​.​​​

  • ​​Any instructor may request a live, interactive workshop to be held during a class session, by contacting Instruction Librarian Linda Martin at least one week in advance.
    • Please include workshop topic and preferred dates and times in your email.
    • Live Workshops on Demand are subject to librarian availability.
    • After scheduling, the instructor will receive ​​a confirmation email with detailed information regarding the logistics of preregistration and connecting to the Zoom session.  

​Student Learning Outcomes by Topic

​​​Finding Articles
​​​Following this workshop, students will be able to find articles and other content on a topic by using the SmartSearch Discovery tool or by searching a selected periodicals database. They will be able to differentiate between scholarly and popular periodical articles. Students will also be able to develop search terms that yield relevant search results; limit/filter search results; and evaluate the relevancy of their search results. 
Creating Citations Using MLA, APA or Chicago/Turabian Formatting
​​​​Following these workshops, students will be able to identify the elements required to create a citation, and they will use the online citation builder NoodleTools to create citations in MLA, APA, or Chicago/Turabian citation style. 
​​Credible Internet Sources
​Following this workshop, students will be able to apply advanced Internet search techniques, and will be able to evaluate Internet sources based o n their currency, relevancy, authority, accuracy, and purpose.​
​Primary and Secondary Sources
​Following this workshop, students will be able to differentiate between primary and secondary sources, and identify examples of each. Students will also be able to find primary sources by using library search tools, as well as the Internet.​
​Literary Criticism Sources
​​Following this workshop, students will be able to find articles and other content for a literary criticism assignment by using the SmartSearch Discovery tool or by searching a selected database​. Students will also be able to develop search terms that yield relevant search results; limit/filter search results; and evaluate the relevancy of their search results. ​

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