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Psychology Database (ProQuest)

Abstracts and indexing of articles, including some full-text, covering behavioral, clinical, cognitive, developmental, experimental, industrial, and social psychology, along with personality,…

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Social Media for Research

The information on your social media does not have to stay separate from your academic or professional life. In this workshop, you will learn the different types of information found on social media…

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Turabian Style Basics: Creating Properly Formatted Bibliographies

Does using Chicago/Turabian style to create footnotes and bibliographies for your research assignments seem to be an overwhelming task? We understand, and we can help! You will learn the basics of…

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Introduction to Graduate Education Research

Join us for a workshop to increase your awareness and effective use of education resources. We’ll discuss finding scholarly journal articles and testing instrument reviews in databases such as…

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InterLibrary Loan: Getting What You Need

Frustrated when you don’t have access to exactly what you need? The library can often help you get what you need for free. Come learn how to set up an InterLibrary Loan account (ILLiad) to…

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Introduction to Graduate Business Research

Join us for a workshop to increase your awareness and effective use of business resources. We’ll discuss finding scholarly journal articles and researching specific companies and industries. …

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Finding and Using Open Educational Resources

Thousands of professors from prestigious universities have been making their curricular materials freely available online for other teachers to redesign and reuse. Participants will leave this…

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Managing Sources Using EBSCO Folders and WorldCat Lists

The number of resources displayed for a given topic is often overwhelming! Come this session to learn how to manage your sources using personal folders and annotations to store items of interest in…

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Finding and Using Data and Statistics

This workshop will help you to find and use statistical information about your topic. We’ll discuss the distinction between data and statistics, and we’ll demonstrate how to use library…

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Publishing Your Research (Journal Submissions, Publishers, Copyright, etc.)

This workshop will talk about publishing opportunities for your research. We will discuss submitting items to Liberty’s Digital Commons as well as resources to find places to submit scholarly…

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Global Research: Countries, Cultures, and People Groups

This workshop will demonstrate using library and open access resources to research countries, cultures, languages, and people groups. Databases to be demonstrated include Country Watch, Global Road…

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Credible Sources: Checking the Quality of Information

Not sure how to determine if a source is credible? Confused about what makes a journal scholarly or peer-reviewed? Attend this session to get answers to these questions and more! You will learn how…

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Can I Use This Resource for My Assignment?

With so many types of sources, it can be difficult to know which ones to use and how to best utilize them. At this workshop, you will learn what scholarly and peer reviewed mean, when to use primary…

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Counseling & Psychology Research: Learning the Basics

Not sure where to find resources related to counseling and psychology topics? Confused about how to determine if the sources are scholarly or peer-reviewed? Attend this session to learn the best…

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Becoming a Google Power Searcher

Join us for a workshop on using Google to make your research easier and more efficient. We’ll cover domain searches, site searches, file type searches, and more! This session is especially…

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Using Primary Sources for Historical Research

Liberty has several subscription databases that contain primary historical sources. This workshop will cover searching ProQuest Historical Newspapers, Early American Imprints, and Early English…

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