Winter-Spring 2016 Schedule:
Past sessions (due to privacy and the hands-on nature of sessions, recordings only available to participants):
Looking for the Citing Your Sources workshop? It has been replaced by this online Citing Information Sources tutorial which you can work through at your convenience. Need proof that you reviewed the tutorial? Have your tutorial quiz responses sent to your instructor.
Workshops on other academic topics, such as study skills, writing, and more: Academic Support Workshops
IMPORTANT: you must successfully complete all technical and set-up requirements below before registering
Minimum Technical Requirements:
NOTE: technical support for Collaborate is NOT provided by the College.
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a. Research Skills 1:
You will learn how to:
How to effectively and efficiently do research, which includes searchable access to millions of full-text journal & newspaper articles and other resources. Ideal for those new to the college, new to using the online library or doing college-level research.
Note: bring your own research topic to work on.
b. Research Skills 2:
[NOTE: Research Skills 2 is designed for those who have already taken Research Skills 1 above. It is highly recommended you take Research Skills 1 before taking this workshop.]
This session will build on the search skills covered in the first workshop, and discuss other time-saving research skills, such as:
c. Research Skills for Grad Students
[NOTE: Research Skills for Grad Students is designed specifically for those graduate students with recent experience doing in-depth academic level research. For those without this experience is highly recommended you take Research Skills 1 and 2 before taking this workshop.]
This session will build on the skills covered in the first two Research Skills workshops, and discuss advanced research concepts, such as:
Have a suggestion for a workshop topic? Email us your suggestions.