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Getting Started with Education Resources Workshop

Fall 2021 Workshop Series

Librarian for the College of Education & Department of History

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Amy Dye-Reeves
By Appointment Only. Please use the "Schedule an Appointment" Box

Workshop Information


Wednesday, August 25, 2021
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Location: Room 309, University Libraries
Virtual Link (Zoom): Emailed out to participants 
Workshop Abstract:

You are welcome to bring your laptop or device.

Each student will understand and know how to access library resources, specifically for the College of Education.

Students will know how to use information ethically. For example, students will identify keywords representing a research topic and use keywords to find valuable information sources.

Students will identify keywords representing a research topic and use keywords to find them.

The workshop focuses on understanding how to access library resources for upcoming research projects. The workshop will go through a sample research question and find help on that particular subject matter within education. The goal would be for students to understand how to access and receive information within various library resources.


classroom with desks, tables, and chairs in a circle with windows

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