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The Multicultural Club Book Discussion Group is a forum where students from diverse backgrounds gather to share thoughts about their readings and learn teamwork skills. The group will meet from 4-5pm on Thursday, Sept. 29, in Learning Commons 206. More details

Research Workshops on Demand: Students, individually or in groups, can request a workshop at a time convenient for you. The Library offers a variety of workshops on research topics to help build your skill set.

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The LC Cafe hours: Monday - Thursday 7:30am until midnight, Friday 7:30am until 4:30pm, Saturday 10am until 3pm, Sunday 1pm until midnight

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***This week's workshop line-up*** Drop-ins Welcome.
"Intro to Zotera": Time: 5-6pm, Wed Sept 14, LC 213
Having trouble keeping track of all your articles and citations?Zotero is a free citation manager that allows you to save citation information while searching and browsing the Web. This workshop will introduce some of the key functions of Zotero such as: installing Zotero, adding citations to your Zotero library, organizing and managing your citations, and creating a bibliography. Instructor: Leslie Christianson
"LexisNexis": Time: 3-4pm, Thursday, Sept 15, LC 213
LexisNexis is a leading provider of news, business and legal information sources. Participants will learn how to search for news, locate legal cases and law review articles using LexisNexis. Instructor: Annette Fisher

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Thanks to everyone who came to our first #politicsonscreen Film Screening of The #immigrationparadox and sampled the #cerealmashup. What do you think our next movie in the fall lineup should be? #kanopystreaming 🎞🎥🎬🎃

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Are you stuck on where to find reliable "background" or contextual information on your research topic? Do you just want a reliable overview of a subject? Not sure what a Reference resource is or how it fits into the research process? Well, if so these are all GREAT reasons to attend our:
"Intro to CREDO Reference Workshop" Thursday Sept 8, from 3-4pm in LC 213.
Credo is: an online full-text library of reference works including 200,000+ images and audio files, and nearly 200 videos. The collection covers all major subjects such as art, business geography, history, literature, music, psychology, social Sciences, and technology. Participants will practice searching in hundreds of encyclopedias, dictionaries, thesauri, quotations, and subject-specific titles, as well as images,audio files and videos.

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