Library workshops help researchers conquer information overload. Give us a class period, and we'll show your students how to find better sources. Our classes are designed to support course objectives and student assignments. We can help you help your students become information literate (see our Information Literacy site).
Presentations are usually 50-90 minutes long and emphasize search methodology and critical thinking. They include hands-on use of materials and computers as much as possible. We can create course-specific guides if we have enough notice. We also run workshops on research tools such as RefWorks.
For regularly scheduled technology and other Library and Information Services workshops, see the LIS On-Campus Workshops page (go-shortcut: go/lisworkshops).