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Workshops & Classes

The Reference Department offers information literacy workshops to all members of the College community. If you are a faculty member or staff member and wish to arrange an orientation to research or an instructional workshop, email or call Jim Macinick, x 2173 or Theresa Zahor, x2472.

A number of scheduled specialty workshops are offered to faculty, staff and students  throughout the school year. Advertisements for these published in the CTLT newsletter and advertised over campus e-mail.

Workshops for Faculty, Staff and Students for Fall 2013 include:

Tuesday, October 8  3:00  NoodleTools (faculty and students)
Friday, October 25   1:00  Turnitin for Angel (faculty)

All workshops are held in Greenley 105, our Information Literacy TEC.


 

The Library offers the following services to instructors and faculty members:

  1. Course-specific instruction
  2. Instruction tailored to a particular research assignment
  3. Classes in how to use the Internet for research
  4. Library tours
  5. Consultations on how to design an appropriate library assignment