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Visualization Tools (workshop)

Visualization Tools: Create Images and Graphics for Papers and Presentations Wednesday, April 5, 4-4:30PM, IC 120 Pictures are worth 1,000 words, and this workshop will introduce you to several tools you can use to visually display information. We’ll cover web-based graphic design and infographic tools such as Canva, Piktochart, Easel.ly and Infogr.am and detail...
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SimplyMap (workshop)

SimplyMap: Use Mapping and Data Tools for Research Monday, March 27, 5–5:45PM, IC 120 SimplyMap is a user-friendly tool for creating maps and analyzing demographic, business, and marketing data. Discover how to create professional looking maps for projects and presentations, and learn how to use a wide array of data to support your research....
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How to Quote (workshop)

How to Quote: Using Other People’s Work to Strengthen Your Own Tuesday, March 21, 4-4:30PM, IC 120 So you’ve found a source, how do you properly fit it into your work? The art of quotation is a delicate balance between the extremes of uselessness and plagiarism. This workshop will cover methods of finding quotable...
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Tame the Search Result List (workshop)

Tame the Search Result List: Strategies Thursday, March 16, 2:30–3PM, IC 120 Search result lists generated by research databases and library catalogs can be daunting. Discover how to identify and change their arrangement while finding the results that are relevant to you. Questions may be sent to Jane Currie at jcurrie@luc.edu.
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Fair Use Workshop

Teaching Fair Use to Students and Colleagues
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RefWorks Workshop at Cudahy

Join librarian Jeannette Pierce for an informative program on RefWorks, a tool you can use to gather, save, and cite your research sources.  The workshop will be held Thursday, September 24th between 12:00 noon and 1:00 in Room 120 of Klarchek Information Commons.  Students, faculty, and staff are welcome to attend.  Please send questions...
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