Archived Library Workshops and Webinars

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MLA Citing and Formatting 52 minutes
Learn the basics of the Modern Language Association (MLA) documentation and formatting style, including the essentials of formatting a paper and citing the most common kinds of sources.

APA Citing and Formatting 1 hour
Learn the basics of the American Psychological Association (APA) documentation and formatting style, including the essentials of formatting a paper and citing the most common kinds of sources.

200px-Green_copyright.svg (1).pngCopyright for College 54 minutes
What's fair use? Who owns your research paper? Why can't you read your textbook in Google Books? Can you rip DVDs for college work? Whether you're a student, instructor or staff member, you might be surprised at the answers to these questions. Join this session and discover some great tools for finding legal video clips, free-to-use images and more!

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Much like a real tattoo, the content you post online is seen by more people and stays around longer than you probably imagine. Attend this session to learn how to manage your “digital tattoo.” Topics covered include privacy, security, digital ethics and digital citizenship

You're the Boss of Google: Using Google for Research 28 minutes
Love using Google but find yourself frustrated when it comes time to find the kind of information you need for college assignments? Learn about four Google tools that will help you bend the search engine to your will so you get what you need.

Build Your Own Website Slides only
It’s now easier than ever to build your own high-quality, professional looking website for little cost and effort. In this session, we’ll review a number of website building tools and talk about the advantages and disadvantages of each one. You’ll even walk out with your own working website!

Introduction to Virtual Reality Slides only

Browsing with Impunity Slides only

WordPress Advanced Slides only

thumb_propaganda_small.pngPropaganda! Fact Checking, the Filter Bubble and Fake News
Fake news, filter bubbles and post-truth politics make it more essential than ever that we are able to effectively seek out differing viewpoints, critically evaluate information, and understand the social, cultural, economic and political processes entwined with information production, dissemination and consumption.
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