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Last Updated: May 27, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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HSU Library Workshops


HSU Library Workshops

Each semester, the HSU Library offers workshops designed to strengthen students' research skills and use of online tools. Faculty and instructors can encourage student attendance at library workshops, and even offer credit for students that attend a workshop (proof of attendance available to students upon request).

Workshops are free, but we ask that you RSVP for planning purposes. Walk-ins are always welcome if space is available. Workshops are held in Library room 114 or Library Lab 121.

Do you have a group interested in a workshop at another time? Are you an instructor who would like us to keep track of student attendance for course credit? Contact Sarah Fay Philips with all questions.

Research Guides that accompany Workshops

Creating a Research Poster
by Sarah Fay Philips - Last Updated Oct 14, 2014
This is a guide based on one from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign University Library
152 views this year
by Sarah Fay Philips - Last Updated Jun 2, 2015
523 views this year
Using Call Numbers and Finding Books
by Sarah Fay Philips - Last Updated Jun 11, 2015
73 views this year
Zotero - Citation Management Tool
by Sarah Fay Philips - Last Updated Apr 13, 2015
584 views this year

Workshop Topics

Workshops offered include:

  • Zotero (Citation Management System)
  • eBooks from the HSU Library
  • Finding and Using Scholarly Articles
  • Using Call Numbers and Finding Books
  • Evaluating Websites

Have you attended a Library Workshop?

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