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RefWorks 2.0: Write Bibliographies Quickly Using RefWorks (Advanced Workshop)

RefWorks 2.0: Write Bibliographies Quickly Using RefWorks (Advanced Workshop)

  This class will cover some of the advanced RefWorks features, including Write-N-Cite, which allows users to create in-line citations when writing papers, RefShare, which allows for file sharing amongst accounts, as well as RefGrab-it, a tool used to grab citations off of web pages. Users are recommended to have a basic knowledge of...
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Medical Research: CINAHL, Medline and PubMed

Medical Research: CINAHL, Medline and PubMed

October 6th: 1-2 p.m. October 24th: 12-1 p.m. Medical research can require using complex databases and advantaged searching strategies.  In this workshop you’ll learn about some of Loyola’s premier medical resources, including Medline and CINAHL, and how to get the results you want.  We will discuss helpful tools and features of medical databases, the best...
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Zotero: Basics

Zotero: Basics

Zotero is a free Firefox extension that helps you collect citations and website information from within your Firefox browser. We’ll show you how to install Zotero and use it to capture citations, organize your research, and format bibliographies and in-text citations. All classes are held in IC120 and are free and open to students,...
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RefWorks 2.0: Write Bibliographies Quickly Using RefWorks

RefWorks 2.0: Write Bibliographies Quickly Using RefWorks

Join us for an informative program on RefWorks, a tool you can use to gather, save, and cite your research sources.  This intro workshop will cover how to set up your account, add your citations, importing and exporting references, and create bibliographies. All classes are held in IC120 and are free and open to...
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The Five Secrets to Reading Your Writing Assignments

The Five Secrets to Reading Your Writing Assignments

Join the Writing Center and LUC Libraries for a discussion of strategies for understanding what is really being asked of you as a researcher and writer. All classes are held in IC120 and are free and open to students, staff and faculty. Reservations are not required, but space is limited. To reserve a space...
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Sign up for free summer technology workshops!

Take a break from your day to learn more about gaming, digital images, and the Internet, with the University Libraries and Information Technology Services’ “Summer Technology Workshops.” All sessions will be held in room 120 of the Information Commons each Wednesday, from July 14 to August 11, and are open to all faculty, staff,...
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