LIBRARY INSTRUCTION: workshops, videos, web pages and tutorials
Fall has arrived and will soon be in full swing! As you begin to get into gear please note that the U of I Library has expanded its offerings of instructional assistance. The workshops, videos, web pages and tutorials are meant to provide options for learning how to use the Library's vast resources.
NOTE: The workshops and other instructional options listed below will *not* replace the basic, mandatory, library research session which is required of all MSW students.
The Savvy Researcher Workshop Series are drop-in workshops geared toward graduate students and cover a myriad of topics including RefWorks, RSS feeds and current awareness tools, how to find grant money, statistical research, IDEALS and finding the tough stuff e.g. conference proceedings.
You can access the schedule off the Library Gateway under "Get Help" --> Workshops.
or here is the direct link...
Note: These sessions are suggested as an option to help you with more in-depth coverage of many research resources the library offers.
NO TIME to attend a workshop on campus?
CHECK OUT the OTHER OPTIONS to help you learn how to use the library...
INSTRUCTIONAL WEB PAGE:
HOW DO I FIND...?
This portal will provide step-by-step text and visual instructions on how to locate, request or more use several services available to help you locate books, articles and journals, dissertations, reserves, or items in particular locations.
These videos will provide step-by-step visual and voice instructions on how to locate, request or more use several services available to help you locate books, articles and journals, dissertations, reserves, or items in particular locations. It also includes instructions on a variety of other topics not included as a part of the "How do I find...?" web page.