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Fall Webinar Series

by Meghan Kowalski on 2022-08-26T09:00:00-04:00 | Comments

Join us during the Fall semester for a FREE webinar series focusing on the research essential skills you need to complete your assignments.

  • Research: How to Get Started
    • Friday, September 2 @ 1:00pm
    • This session will provide an introduction on how to get started with research. What do you do with your assignment? Where do you go? Who do you talk to? We'll help you get started!
    • Register Now
  • Search Preparedness and Resiliency
    • Friday, September 16 @ 1:00pm
    • This session will share tips, tricks, and recommendations to help you prepare for your research assignments like finding keywords and selecting databases. It will also include information on how to overcome common research problems and roadblocks.
    • Register Now
  • I Like Big Searches (And I Cannot Lie)
    • Friday, September 30 @ 1:00pm
    • A single keyword doesn't always cut it. Building big searches can get you better results. In this session, you will learn how to create more advanced searches using multiple keywords, search fields, filters, and more! 
    • Register Now
  • Beyond the First Page
    • Friday, October 21 @ 1:00pm
    • Do you ever go past the first page of Google search results? You should! This session will share why you should go deeper with your research and tips to help you find more relevant results.
    • Register Now
  • How Do You Read an Academic Article?
    • Friday, November 4 @ 1:00pm
    • Academic articles can be a lot. In this session, we will share our tips for how to read an academic article to better understand the content and use the research in your own papers.
    • Register Now
  • Will It Blend?: Selecting and Evaluating Sources
    • Friday, November 18 @ 1:00pm
    • In research you can find a ton stuff but not all of it is useful. This session will share how to select and evaluate articles so that you only use the best ones in your assignments.
    • Register Now

Don't want to register? That's okay! You can log into every event here.


Each webinar will last for up to one hour. The sessions will be held on Zoom. Each session will provide approximately 30 minutes of content with the remaining time reserved for Q&A. Time will be given for unrecorded Q&A as well. Recordings of each session will be posted on YouTube.

You can see the complete schedule of upcoming Library and Center for the Advancement of Learning (CAL) webinars in Calendly.

If you have any questions, please contact Meghan Kowalski, Outreach and Reference Librarian, at


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