October Lunchables

Wednesday, Oct. 1: Collecting and tagging your favorite websites using Del.icio.us
Del.icio.us is a social bookmarking site for storing, sharing, tagging, and discovering websites. The reference department has compiled within Del.icio.us, a list of reputable websites that are organized by subject area. The session will cover how the reference department organized its bookmarks using Del.icio.us and how you can organize your own bookmarks within Del.icio.us. 1:30pm-2:30pm Archives Room
Instructor: Elizabeth Bolton, Reference LibrarianWednesday, Oct. 8: Citing Sources: Getting Started w/ RefWorks
RefWorks is a web-based citation management service. You can access RefWorks from any computer with internet access (on and off campus); create a personal database online; import references from multiple databases; organize and manage references; share references; and format bibliographies and manuscripts. The session will show you the basics of creating an account, exporting citations into the RefWorks database, and creating a bibliography. 1:30pm-2:30pm Archives Room
Instructor: Millie Gonzalez, Reference and Electronic Resources Librarian

Wednesday, Oct. 15: Web 2.0 and the Millennial Student
Web 2.0?  Millennial students?  How does this impact what you do?  We will explore the world of Web 2.0 tools and how they are used by today’s millennial students.  This session will also discuss how these tools can be used in the teaching and learning environment. Coffee and cookies will be provided.
Instructors: Andrea Pickles, Director of Academic Technology; Millie Gonzalez, Reference and Electronic Resources Librarian

Wednesday, Oct. 22: Power searching in Google and Google Scholar
Learn advanced search techniques in the world’s most popular search engine: Google. The library also recommends searching Google Scholar for searching peer reviewed articles. Learn how Google Scholar is linked to the library’s databases.  1:30pm-2:30pm Archives Room
Instructor: Millie Gonzalez, Reference and Electronic Resources
Librarian

Wednesday, Oct. 29: Citing Sources: Getting Started w/ RefWorks
RefWorks is a web-based citation management service. You can access RefWorks from any computer with internet access (on and off campus); create a personal database online; import references from multiple databases; organize and manage references; share references; and format bibliographies and manuscripts. The session will show you the basics of creating an account, exporting citations into the RefWorks database, and creating a bibliography. 1:30pm-2:30pm Archives Room
Instructor: Millie Gonzalez, Reference and Electronic Resources Librarian

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