Library shop classes? Of course!

The Sheridan Libraries offer many tools to help you with your library research. While you can always stop at the Reference Consultation Office and Information Desk on M-level, use our Ask a Librarian service, or contact your liaison librarian with any questions you may have, we also offer a host of workshops about tools and processes to help your research and teaching.

Our Library Instruction & Outreach track offers workshops about literature research, scholarly metrics, annotated bibliographies, using citation managers, and other topics. Many are online, some are in-person.

Special Collections provides seminars and lectures based upon the rare and archival materials they care for. Presenters include JHU researchers and guest lecturers.

Is data more your thing? Then you’ll want to check out the Research Data Management series of workshops. They cover best practices in data management and sharing, as well as other interesting topics.

We hope you’ll take advantage of these opportunities. Please let us know if there are other topics you’d like to learn about.

2 thoughts on “Library Shop Classes

  1. Chris,
    I just had a question about LibX this morning during my reference duty. I try to mention it when I can. Once people use it, they love it.

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