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Graduate Workshops

We offer Graduate Workshops on a variety of topics, from time and project management to academic searching to creating academic presentations and publications. All workshops are given via Zoom (registration required).

For Spring 2021, some Sherrod Library Graduate Workshops are incorporated into the Virtual Writing Camp offered by the Graduate School. View more information.

Others are offered in conjunction with the Graduate and Professional Student Association (GPSA).

Library 101: "How-To Library" Beginner Research Series

Open to all campus, workshops in this series will be every Wednesday in September 2021 at 12:00 p.m. at Sherrod Library in Room 309. This overview of the essential steps of beginning research will take you through the process. Whether you’re new to research or a seasoned information explorer, the “How-To” Library Academic Research Series has something for you! We’ll cover it all, from assignment to citations! Check out our series below, you can come to one, a few, or all! Registration is not required.

For more information, please contact Ms. Evan Schmoll, Reference and Instruction Librarian and Assistant Professor, or (423) 439-5748.

Graduate Workshops

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