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Dewey Workshops Help Students With the Research Process

Need help finding information with that first big research assignment? If so, remember to check out Dewey Library’s annual workshops. There are new workshops offered every week, so make sure to check back here for a listing of our upcoming, free sessions. There is an online listing of all the workshops being offered at the library, as well as some helpful research handouts. Printed copies of the workshop schedule are available at the Reference Desk. And, don’t forget to register online, in person at the Dewey Reference desk, or by calling us at 442-3691 to secure your spot!

This week’s classes are as follows:

Monday 9/8:
Introduction to Research Sources in Information Science: 3:00pm

Wednesday 9/10:
Introduction to Research Databases: 11:00am
Social Welfare Research Seminar: 2:00pm
Minerva, University at Albany’s Online Catalog: 4:30pm

Thursday 9/11:
Minerva, University at Albany’s Online Catalog: 3:30pm

Friday 9/12:
Introduction to Westlaw Campus: 1:00pm.

For more information about Dewey Library’s instructional offerings, email Dewclass@albany.edu or call the Reference Desk at 442-3691.

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