Research 101 Workshops
Interested in strengthening your research skills – from choosing a research topic, organizing your research process, citing or paraphrasing your sources, or learning how to use software to help with citations? Register for one of the 30-minute workshops scheduled in October and November. Attending a workshop will count toward academic success in Extended Orientation for first-year students
DEI Read & Learn
As part of our antiracist work, the library intentionally collects works about a range of DEI (diversity, equity, & inclusion) subjects and works by authors from marginalized and/or underrepresented groups. Our Diversity & Inclusion Committee curates occasional reading lists on a range of topics. View these lists on our Diversity and Inclusion Resource Guide.
Visit Special Collections for research with primary sources! Stop by when the Reading Room is open, or, students, faculty, staff, and members of the campus community can use LibCal to request items/collections and dates/times for research visits. For archival research questions, contact Ask an Archivist.