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Fall 2021 Research Workshops

This fall the Washington University Libraries are offering a number of workshops to help patrons utilize tools and resources designed to improve scholarship, writing, research, and more. These virtual learning opportunities are free and open to all, although registration is required.

Fall Workshop Schedule:

E-Resources and Data for International Research
An overview of e-resources available to support global area studies.
Monday, September 27, 12pm CDT | Sign up

Oral History Tech Tips
Learn new ways that tech tools can support conducting oral history interviews.
Wednesday, September 29, 12pm CDT | Sign up

APA Basics
Learn about using APA style to create basic and in-text citations, and review related tools.
Friday, October 1, 12pm CDT | Sign up

Zotero – Find It, Save It, Cite It
Learn how to use Zotero to gather references, organize references, and generate formatted citations.
Monday, October 4, 12pm CDT | Sign up

Textbook Ready
This workshop will show students how to reduce textbook costs by using the Libraries’ collections and services.
Wednesday, October 6, 12pm CDT | Sign up

Working with ArcGIS Online – A Platform for Online Mapping and Storytelling
Learn to use ArcGIS Online to create maps and stories in this browser-based platform.
Friday, October 8, 12pm CDT | Sign up

Keep an eye on your YouTube channel for recordings of select workshops listed above, and visit our Resources playlist to see some past workshops on a variety of topics.