The Scott Library hosts a variety of drop-in workshops for undergraduate and graduate students in the social sciences and humanities. These sessions are designed to help improve your research skills, and become more comfortable with navigating the world of information. Our workshops cater to a wide variety of needs, whether you are a novice or advanced researcher.
All classes are held on the 5th floor of Scott Library in Room 531 unless otherwise indicated. There is no need to register or sign up. Just show up!
If you can’t attend, online alternatives are available.
Graduate research seminars
Workshops specially for graduate students (master’s or PhD).
Citing & Referencing workshops
The thought of compiling a bibliography does not excite too many people but accurate and complete citing and referencing is a hallmark of respectable academic work. In some cases, professors may also grade your citing and referencing. Learn about proper citing and referencing and get some practice in this hands-on workshop. Emphasis will be placed on MLA and APA. The workshop is approximately 90 minutes. Click on workshop for more information.
Basics of using Refworks, including creating an account, managing citations from the libraries’ databases, inserting citations into MS Word documents.