Understand how information systems are organized so you can find and access relevant information.
Become familiar with information resources, their purpose, and the value of those resources in the research process.
Learn how to ask questions that inform your search strategy, use boolean operators, and navigate specialized search engines.
Participate in the scholarly conversation by learning the skills needed to produce knowledge with formal and informal attribution, citation management, and other writing tips.
Details about workshops and tutorials on digital tools, how to work with them and how to apply them to your own research. A selection of The Library's Center for Digital Scholarship (CDS) workshops is offered each semester; workshops are accessible from the library home page along with other library events.
Icons by Noun Project: Library by Maria Kislitsina, IL licensed under CC BY 3.0 represents library orientation. Search by James Kopina, MX licensed under CC BY 3.0 represents finding information; lateral thinking by ProSymbols, US licensed under CC BY 3.0 represents evaluating information; Venn Diagram by Chance Smith, US licensed under CC BY 3.0 represents search strategy; citation by Nithinan Tatah, TH licensed under CC BY 3.0 represents organizing and using information; data management by Iconstock, TH under CC BY 3.0 represents data management.