Have you ever gotten frustrated trying to find research and/or sources for your paper? Don’t worry, we have all been there! To help with all your research needs, the JTCC libraries host workshops every semester to help with various library-related topics.
This semester is no exception! For Spring 2014, your dangerous book-pushers (JTCC librarians) are proud to announce the workshop series, Keep Calm and Ask a Librarian. eeds, the JTCC libraries host workshops every semester to help with various library-related topics.
This workshop series is designed to:
- Help students navigate and use the most popular library resources
- Explain different information literacy topics (plagiarism or citation)
- Introduce new technologies to make research, writing, and studying a breeze
- And much, much more!
To find the workshop schedule, visit the JTCC Library homepage’s activities section. The schedule is updated throughout the semester, so please stay tuned for all the upcoming sessions!
Workshops are open to all JTCC students, staff, and faculty. Registration is not required to attend and seating is on a first-come, first-served basis. SDV 100 students are allowed to use workshops as activity credits if the workshop has been approved by his/her SDV 100 instructor. Please contact either campus library for questions regarding workshops.