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Free Workshops Offered at Dewey Library the Week of April 27-May 1, 2009

This week’s workshops offered at Dewey Library include Conducting Research from Home and Introduction to EndNote.

If you like doing research from home while wearing your pajamas, you might just want to take the Conducting Research from Home workshop. You can access all sorts of important research works, full text databases, and scholarly internet sites all from the comfort of your own home.

If you are doing research and would like some help with your bibliographic references or citations, you might like to take our Introduction to EndNote workshop. EndNote helps you manage your references and helps you create your bibliography as you write your paper. This workshop will take you through the basic features of the software, how to import citations from databases, as well as how to use EndNote with the Microsoft Word software.

Tuesday April 28th
10.00 am – Conducting Research from Home

Wednesday April 29th
2.00 pm – Introduction to EndNote

To check out the workshops offered at Dewey, see the online listing. All classes are held in the classroom in Dewey Library’s basement. You can register for these classes one of the following ways:

•Online at http://library.albany.edu/dewey/forms/class_registration_spring06.html
•At the Reference Desk
•By calling the Reference Desk at 422-3691
•By sending email to Dewclass@albany.edu

If you find that you are unable to attend a class that you have registered for, please call the Reference Desk or send email to let us know.