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Basic Strategies for Fact-Checking the Web

Feeling overwhelmed by the abundance of information (and misinformation) on the Web? Learn three basic web literacy skills: how to check for previous work, how to go upstream, and how to read laterally. February 21, 12:00 – 12:30 pm February

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Upcoming APA and Chicago Workshops

Join us for our APA Autobahn and Chicago Speedway workshops! Need some help with the ins and outs of APA or Chicago Style citations? These short, 25-minute workshops are jam-packed with useful information! All workshops are held in the Pfau

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Upcoming Freshmen Workshops

Couldn’t make last month’s Library Research for Freshmen workshop? We’re holding two more this quarter: Tuesday, February 13: 12:00 – 12:50 pm Thursday, March 8: 5:00 – 5:50 pm All workshops are held in PL-2005 (Library Instruction Lab) For more

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Zotero for Everyone Workshop

  Learn to use Zotero, a free citation management tool. Students, faculty, and staff are all welcome to attend! Tuesday, February 13 4:30 – 6:00 pm PL-2005 (Library Instruction Lab) Register now for Zotero workshop on our workshop calendar!

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Grad Studies Advanced Research Workshop!

In this workshop, we’ll explore more databases and search tools, the current information economy, and how to immerse yourself in the literature of your field so that you gain confidence in your subject expertise. Wednesday, February 7 5:00 – 5:50

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Publishing a Scholarly Article Workshop

Curious about what it takes to turn that paper or thesis into a journal article? This workshop takes a look at how publishing works, including choosing the right journal, the peer review process, and what to expect if and when

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Library Research for Freshmen Workshop!

Meant for those new to CSUSB, or for those who could simply use a refresher, this workshop provides an introduction to resources available through John M. Pfau Library. This session addresses why it is necessary to use the deep web

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Library Research for CEL Chinese Students

This 50 minute workshop will introduce you to the library’s services and resources and show you how to locate articles and books. Students will learn how to avoid plagiarizing. This workshop is taught in Chinese. Friday, January 26 1:00 – 1:50

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Grad Studies Basic Research

In this workshop, you’ll learn about the deep web, the literature review, and basic search strategies in general databases. You’ll also find out how to get research help in person, online, and via text messaging. Thursday, January 25 5:00 –

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Teaching Assistant Workshop: Critical Information Literacy for Graduate Teaching Assistants

How can I most effectively integrate information literacy into my first-year classes? Meant for teaching assistants working with lower-division students, this one-hour workshop covers best practices for integrating critical information literacy into your courses, as well as services available to

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