Spring 2019 – Library Resource and Research Workshops
Join the Trinity librarians as we dive deep into how to research and the best strategies for navigating library resources! The BGS Faculty and staff recommend the sessions offered on the handout linked here. *Students report these sessions are very helpful. No, really, they do!
All workshops are held in the Sr. Helen Sheehan Library, in ETLI (basement).
Databases & Scholarly Articles
What’s a scholarly article and where do you find one?? This workshop discusses what scholarly sources (articles, journals, etc.) are and how to use the library’s databases to access them.
- Tuesday, Feb.5 @ 2p
- Saturday, Feb.16 @ 1p
- Wednesday, Feb. 20 @ 6p
Evaluating Online Sources
Your professor wants you to use online sources (sometimes called popular sources) for an assignment, but where do you start? This workshop teaches you how to identify credible information so you can choose the best sources for your work.
- Tuesday, March 12 @ 2p
- Wednesday, March 13 @ 6p
- Saturday, March 23 @ 1p
Avoiding Plagiarism- Paraphrasing & Using Sources
Plagiarism is a serious offense and the consequences are SCARY. Come learn how to avoid plagiarism from your librarians, and practice paraphrasing information so you can correctly integrate your research into your assignments.
- Tuesday, March 26 @ 2p
- Thursday, April 4th @ 6p
- Saturday April 6th @ 1p
We’ll also be offering monthly special topic workshops, as well as bi-weekly “Cite Right in APA!” workshops. Details forthcoming.
Welcome back to campus!
Trisha Smith, University Librarian