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Workshops at Dewey: Week of 2/25/08 - 2/29/08

Workshops and instructional sessions focus on a specific aspect of how to use the Dewey Library. These presenatations may be oriented to an academic subject, or deal with a specific category of resources at the library. The class will usually take about an hour, which is time well spent: if you learn how to use the resources now, you will not have to try to figure them out on your own when you are under the gun to finish some important research. Sign up for one or more sessions online, in person at the Reference Desk, or call 442-3691.

This Week's Workshops:


4:30PM Social Welfare Research Seminar


3:00PM Introduction to Resources in Information Science
4:30PM Introduction to EndNote


2:00PM Introduction to Research Databases
4:00PM Using the Web to Communicate and Collaborate