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Drop-in Clinics & Workshops

Attend a clinic or drop-in workshop to get the most out of the library’s many resources.

About clinics & workshops

The library offers a variety of workshops and drop-in clinics designed to help you get the most out of library resources, from essential databases to citation and productivity managers, to digital humanities tools.

  • Attend a library workshop to sharpen your research skills.
  • Workshops require you to sign up ahead of time so we know how many people to expect. Examples of the kinds of workshops we have are:

Citation Managers

Citation managers make researching easier because they organize your sources, create reference lists, and make your in-text citations are breeze. We offer citation manager workshops for:

  • Zotero
  • RefWorks


Did you know that the library subscribes to nearly 500 databases? We offer workshops on some of our most popular databases like:

  • Web of Science
  • PubMed
  • Archival and primary source databases

Other library tools

The library offers software and hardware tools that support your research. We have workshops on some of those, like:

  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • ArcGIS
  • Tableau
  • Omeka
  • Button makers
Drop-in Clinics

Drop-in clinics don’t require registration ahead of time – you can simply drop by to troubleshoot problems you might be having with any library tools like:

  • Zotero
  • RefWorks
  • Cameras, recording devices, and items in our tech lending program

You can also get started with our citation manager tutorials

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Drop-in Clinics & Workshops
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