Workshops Fall 2018

  • NoodleTools Workshops

    NoodleTools helps you build MLA and APA citations and bibliographies, and offers note-taking, outlining, and paper-writing features, including the capability to create papers via GoogleDocs. You will learn how to sign up for an account with NoodleTools. We will also provide examples to show how to create citations and check them for errors. This is a hands-on workshop—bring your sources along.

    Join us for a workshop and learn how to cite your sources right!


    Wednesday, October 3: 1:30pm-3:00pm (Room 4420, 3rd floor)

    Thursday, November 1: 6:00pm-7:30pm (Research Desk, 2nd floor)


    Monday, October 1: 1:30pm-3:00pm (Room 718, 1st floor) 

    Tuesday, November 6: 12pm-1:30pm (Room 718, 1st floor)


  • Fake News Workshops

    By establishing definitions of misinformation, disinformation and propaganda, the workshop will provide strategies for evaluating information released in various media formats including social media and traditional news platforms. Particular attention will be focused on media bias, story selection, and algorithms in today’s information landscape.


    Monday, October 8: 3:30pm-4:30pm (Room 4245, 1st floor)

    Wednesday, October 10, 1:30pm-2:30pm (Room 4245, 1st floor)


    Wednesday, October 17, 12:00pm-1:00pm (Room 718, 1st floor)

  • Library Workshops for ESL Students

    These workshops are offered to provide support to ESL students for a variety of library/research related topics

    How to Use Google Docs and Google Drive - Tips for Students (Faculty welcome!)

    In this workshop, students will be able to establish a Google Drive account, learn valuable tips about the basics of using Google Docs, how to move documents to and from Google Docs from other formats and programs. Students will also learn how to save information from Library resources in their Google Drive. 


    Monday, September 17: 2:00-3:00pm (Barnett Hall Lab, Room 1261)



No Sign up Needed

The SRJC Libraries offer workshops on a variety of research tools to help with class assignments and beyond. Workshops are hands-on and generally provide time for group instruction as well as individual questions.

  • No need to sign up—just show up!
  • Extra credit proof of attendance will be given out at end of workshops