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Discover our general library workshops and more below. For more information, please contact Megan Fitzgibbons at email@example.com
Join the friendly and knowledgeable staff at the Webster Library for a 20-minute guided tour of the key spaces and services that are here to support your learning and research.
No registration required - limited to 10 participants.
|Monday - Friday
August 23 - September 3
|2 p.m.||Tour starts from the entrance of the Webster Library|
Learn tips for navigating the library onsite and online, developing topics, and finding the scholarly sources you need. The Zoom link for this virtual workshop will be emailed to participants. 90 minutes.
Building a website is a common way to disseminate digital scholarship, but what happens to these ephemeral websites when the funding runs out, or when researchers move on to other projects? This workshop will introduce participants to web archiving and show them how to use a free tool to ensure that their web content remains accessible and useable. This workshop will be of interest to participants working on projects that have an associated website or any kind of online content that they would like to preserve. This is an introductory-level workshop and no prior knowledge or technical skills are needed. Important note: participants are encouraged to create a free account with Conifer ahead of the workshop: https://conifer.rhizome.org/.
In this workshop, participants will learn:
|Wednesday, September 29||11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.||Online||Register|
Learn to cite sources and format papers in the APA style, and to keep track of your sources. The Zoom link for this virtual workshop will be emailed to participants. 90 minutes.