Workshops

Our librarians offer workshops throughout the year on a number of learning-related topics, and these workshops are made to bolster the skills of our Clemson family campus-wide, not just our students. Here is a sampling of workshops we routinely offer:

Digital Literacy

Title Facilitator
Intro to Google Scholar Anne Grant
Intro to Data Management Stacie Powell
Intro to Refworks Bobby Hollandsworth
Tech Tools for Researching & Writing Anne Grant

Information Literacy

Title Facilitator
Accessing the Library Online, Advanced Google Searching, Database Searching Tips Anne Grant
Census / Community Demographics Anne Grant
Foundations of STEM library research Science Team
Getting the Resources You Need Online Anne Grant
How to Efficiently Read a Scholarly Article Anne Grant
Information literacy and critical thinking workshops for Academic Success Center Jessica Kohout-Tailor
Introduction to Scholarly Culture – scholarly publishing, curating digital research identity, copyright, plagiarism Anne Grant
Patents Basics, Patent Searching Jennifer Groff
Predatory Publishing Karen Burton
Researching & Writing in the Humanities Anne Grant
Return to Research Anne Grant
Trademark Basics and Trademark Searching Jennifer Groff
Using and Citing Images Ann Holderfield
Writing & Conducting an Effective Literature Review Anne Grant

Open Educational Resources

Title Facilitator
Open Educational Resources Yang Wu
Open Access 101 Yang Wu
Publishing Open Educational Resources Yang Wu

Special Collections and Archives

Title Facilitator
Special Collection and Archives Tara Wood
What is an Archive and How do you Use it? Tara Wood
Research Techniques for Archival Research (Undergraduate and Graduate) Tara Wood
What are Primary Sources and How do you Use them in Scholarship? Tara Wood
How to Cite Primary Archival Sources Tara Wood