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Free Open Workshops @ the Library

Ever wonder about the new library/research technologies? Are you trying desperately to keep up with all the new tools available to make your research life easier but right now they just seem to overwhelm you? Now you can keep up with the latest in research technology by attending our open library workshops. Anyone can join us for one or all of the workshops; no need to be in a class or schedule a meeting, just pop in. Dates, times, and locations are described below as well as each session topic. ILLiad Have you ever visited the Library and searched for books and articles only to find the Library does not own what you are looking for? Don’t panic! Attend one of our free sessions and learn how easy it is to request information using our new ILLiad software. Please note: All sessions in Lib 202 are BYOL sessions (BRING YOUR OWN LAPTOP)! For more information, please call 566-7396.
Sept. 16, 6:30 - 7:30pm, LIB 115 Oct. 7, 12 - 1pm, LIB 202 Oct. 26, 1 - 2pm, LIB 115
Sept. 21, 12 - 1pm, LIB 115 Oct. 7, 6:30 - 7:30pm, LIB 115 Oct. 27, 5:30 - 6:30pm, LIB 202
Sept. 22, 9 - 10am, LIB 202 Oct. 12, 5 - 6pm, LIB 202 Oct. 29, 9 - 10am, LIB 202
Sept. 27, 6:30 - 7:30pm, LIB 202 Oct. 13, 9 - 10am, LIB 202 Nov. 1, 5:30 - 6:30pm, LIB 115
Sept. 30, 3 - 4pm, LIB 202 Oct. 18, 12 - 1pm, LIB 202 Nov. 4, 4 - 5pm, LIB 202
Oct. 4, 9 - 10am, LIB 202 Oct. 19, 5 - 6pm, LIB 115
Oct. 4, 6:30 - 7:30pm, LIB 115 Oct. 22, 9 - 10am, LIB 202
Avanced Google/LibX Browser Tool This session will provide an introduction and tips on using Google’s advanced features and Google Scholar and Google Books and demonstrate the LibX UT Tyler Edition browser add-on, a tool designed to further facilitate scholarly research on the internet.
Sept. 14, 11am - noon, LIB 115 Sept. 29, 2 - 3pm, LIB 115 Nov. 12, 1:30-2:30pm, LIB 115
RefWorks/Endnote Having trouble managing your bibliographies? Can’t seem to keep your citations in one place or organized? Well RefWorks and Endnote are two of the citation managers available to you. You can download citations straight from the databases into either of these managers. There is even a simple way organize your citations in different folders to keep all your projects differentiated. Like to know more? Just come see us at the workshop!
Sept. 7, 2 - 3pm, LIB 115 Sept. 29, 6 - 7pm, LIB 115 Nov. 4, 9 - 10am, LIB 115
Database Search Alerts/Feeds Make on-going research easier and faster with database search alerts and RSS feeds. Most library databases allow users to create accounts and set up automatic searches on your specific topic. In this workshop, you will learn how to set up and receive email and RSS alerts of new material matching your search criteria.
Sept. 13, 6 - 7pm, LIB 115 Oct. 7, 11am - noon, LIB 115 Nov. 5, 1:30 - 2:30pm, LIB 115
Questions? Call the Library Reference desk at 903.566.7343 or email
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