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Library Research Workshops for International Students
September 11 OR 14, 2013
September 17 OR 21, 2013
Room 213, 2nd Floor, Ellis Library
Critical to academic success is your ability to use a research library and its resources. In academia, independent research including library research is very important in order to be able to produce papers for classes or complete your thesis or dissertation.
These tailored workshops will help international students:
- Sept. 11 or 14 – 9:00 a.m.
Explore the MU Libraries
Learn how MU Libraries support your research—take advantage of all the free services the MU Libraries have to offer.
- Sept. 11 or 14 — 10:30 a.m.
Find Books using the MERLIN Catalog and Google Books
Use the right online search tools to locate books in the library, find books on a topic, find books that even mention a topic, and retrieve books from other libraries.
- Sept. 17 or 21 — 9:00 a.m.
Find Articles using the MU article databases and Google Scholar
Discover which databases are best for YOUR research. Learn time-saving tips for effective searching to find the research articles, reports and other materials you need.
- Sept. 17 or 21 — 10:30 a.m.
Writing your Paper and Citing your Sources
Don’t make the mistake of using other researchers’ findings and ideas in your paper without proper credit. Learn where to find writing assistance in person and online.
Each workshop is limited to 40 students
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