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Events happening this semester at the Library

Announcing the return of the Library Workshop Series!

The workshops are taught on the second floor of the Library, HLRC 218. No need to sign up, just come on in for hands-on practice in a small group learning environment! Questions? Stop by the Reference Desk or call 310-287-4269. 

Library Workshop Series

Cite Right!

Cite Right! MLA

What is citation? What is is so important to academic writing? Is there an easier way? Discover the answers to these questions and more, including how to cite different resources, such as books, journal articles, and websites. Learn how to format your paper in MLA style and gain practice in writing a citation.

Wednesday, Oct. 18, 11am

Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2pm

Wednesday, Nov. 29, 11am

Cite Right! APA

What is citation? What is is so important to academic writing? Is there an easier way? Discover the answers to these questions and more, including how to cite different resources, such as books, journal articles, and websites. Learn how to format your paper in APA style, including how to insert a running head, how to insert page numbers, etc.  

Thursday, Nov. 9, 1pm

Introduction to Research

Get Your Research On!

Not sure what a thesis statement is? Stuck finding a topic for your research paper? Don't know where to even start your finding information for your topic? Come to this workshop and start your research off right!

Thursday, Oct. 26, 4pm

Thursday, Nov. 16, 4pm

Evaluating Internet Sources & Tips on Google Search

Lucy, you got some researchin' to do!

You need to find credible, reliable sources, but how can you tell whether a site is suitable for your research?  Come to this workshop and find out. We'll also explore tips and tricks to make your Googling more producive. Impress your professors with your terrific sources!

Monday, Nov. 6, 2pm