New Library Workshops for Undergraduates

The Emory Libraries are launching a new workshop series for undergraduates this fall. These workshops will be an opportunity for undergraduates to build-up a number of transferable skills and get to know the libraries a bit better. All workshops are drop-in, so if you’re an Emory undergrad and see a topic that sounds interesting, please feel free to stop by!

See our workshop schedule below. Questions? Contact Sarah Morris at sarah [dot] e [dot] morris [at] emory [dot] edu.

Digital Literacy Basics

September 10, 4-4:50pm, Woodruff Library Room 312

October 29, 4-4:50pm, Woodruff Library Room 312

Gain some new digital literacy and technology skills and learn more about privacy issues online, the digital divide, and other current issues and trends that impact our online lives.

Managing Your Online Identity

September 24, 4-4:45pm, Woodruff Library Room 314

November 5, 4-4:45pm, Woodruff Library Room 314

Learn about ways to manage your online identity, including keeping your information safe online and presenting a positive and professional online presence that can help you in your current or future career pursuits.

Avoiding Plagiarism and Managing Your Research

October 8, 4-4:45pm, Woodruff Library Room 312

November 12, 4-4:45pm, Woodruff Library Room 314

Learn about what plagiarism is, how to avoid it, and ways to manage research projects to ensure their academic integrity.

Presenting Your Research

October 22, 4-4:45pm, Woodruff Library Room 314

November 19, 4-4:45pm, Woodruff Library Room 314

Learn about different strategies, tips, and techniques you can use when presenting your research in different formats, particularly for oral presentations.