In today’s digital age, knowing what information you need and then being able to find and evaluate this information is essential. As a student, it’s even more vital that you master these skills to ensure success on your academic journey.
Whether you struggle with writing a thesis statement or locating credible resources for your assignments, the South University Online Library—and our staff—can help. Our Online Library staff has put together a series of training workshops that start this month and provide you with an opportunity to learn, develop and polish your research skills!
How to Perform College Level Research
Monday, July 7, 2014 | 11AM to 12PM EST or 7PM to 8PM EST
Learn to create research questions, conduct background research, form thesis statements and identify keywords.
Navigating the South University Online Library
Monday, July 14, 2014 | 11AM to 12PM EST or 7PM to 8PM EST
Learn how to use Library Search and other Online Library resources.
Finding Articles & Books Using Databases
Monday, July 21, 2014 | 11AM to 12PM EST or 7PM to 8PM EST
Learn how to use databases and eBooks in the Online Library.
Utilizing Research Guides
Wednesday, July 23, 2014 | 11AM to 12PM EST or 7PM to 8PM EST
Find out how to use our Research Guides for class-assignments and basic research.
Effectively Using the Internet to do Research
Monday, July 28, 2014 | 11AM to 12PM EST or 7PM to 8PM EST
Learn how to effectively use the internet to find credible resources outside the Online Library.
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 | 11AM to 12PM EST or 7PM to 8PM EST
Discover how to evaluate scholarly and popular resources and assess information for credibility.
Learn more and register now!
Check out the Events Page in the Campus Common to learn more about each event. To visit the Events page, log in to the Campus Common, hover over the Campus Life dropdown menu and select Events.