The Concordia University Libraries offer a variety of workshops to help you to identify, find, manage, and evaluate the information needed for your studies and research.
Our workshops are friendly, interactive, and informative, and are available at various times throughout the semester.
To ensure our workshops and resources continue to meet your needs we welcome your feedback. Please click on the link below to let us know how we can continue to develop the Library Workshop Series and other resources.
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Why attend? Discover how to organize and manage your research information as well as how to create perfect reference lists using RefWorks, the University's online reference management software.
In this workshop you will learn how to import and store your information including books and articles from Google Scholar, the library catalogue and academic databases as well as creating perfect citations in your papers using the correct referencing style.
Webster Library - SGW Campus
|Thursday, February 6||1:00 - 2:30 pm||LB-203|
|Wednesday, February 12||1:00 - 2:30 pm||LB-203|
RefWorks: Online Tutorials
RefWorks not only helps you to store and manage your references, it also works with word-processing applications (like Microsoft Word) to automatically insert citations and create your bibliography or reference list for you.
Why attend? Do you need to prepare an assignment using APA style? In this workshop, you will be introduced to some of the guidelines provided in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association. Topics covered will include how to keep track of sources that you find during your research process, how to properly cite sources in your paper, and some basics of setting up your APA document including the Running Head and the Title Page.
Vanier Library - LOY Campus
|Thursday, February 27||10:00 - 11:30 am||VL-127-5|
|Monday, March 31||2:00 - 3:30 pm||VL-127-5|
The Library offers a number of tailored workshops just for our graduate and research community. Themes include how to Increase Your Research Impact through Open Access and Statistics and Microdata Research for Graduates in the Social Sciences and more…
See the Fall 2013 program here.
The subject librarian for your department offers subject-specific advice to help you find, evaluate and manage the most relevant research information for your program. They can also advise on referencing your work correctly.
Each librarian has created an online research guide to help you to find resources for your class assignments. If you can't find what you need via your research guide, you can contact your subject librarian and make an appointment to see them.
Subject-specific or course-specific workshops also take place throughout the academic year. Contact your subject librarian for more information or to request a workshop for your class.