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Intro to RefWorks 2.0

Join us for a workshop on RefWorks, a program that allows you to collect, store, and organize citations from books, articles, web sites and other sources. Once citations have been collected, it can automatically convert citations into properly formatted bibliographies. A multitude of citation styles are offered including MLA, APA and Chicago Style. Students,...
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Intro to RefWorks 2.0

Join us for an informative program on RefWorks, a tool you can use to gather, save, and cite your research sources. These intro workshops will cover how to set up your account, add your citations, importing and exporting references, and create bibliographies. Thursday, Feb.17th 9-10 am Information Commons 120
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Intro to RefWorks 2.0

Join us for an informative program on RefWorks, a tool you can use to gather, save, and cite your research sources. These intro workshops will cover how to set up your account, add your citations, importing and exporting references, and create bibliographies. Tuesday February 15 – 12:30-1:30 Information Commons 120
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Commonalities: Faculty Dialogue Series / Mobile Technology

Commonalities: Faculty Dialogue Series / Mobile Technology

a href=”http://blogs.lib.luc.edu/locl/files/2011/01/common.png”>Mobile Technologies in the Classroom Join Bruce Montes and Carol Scheidenhelm to discuss using mobile technologies in the classroom to facilitate engagement and learning. Who is using mobile technologies in the classroom? How are they using technologies successfully? How do students feel about the use of these technologies in the classroom? Stop by...
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Commonalities: Faculty Dialogue Series / Digital Humanities

Commonalities: Faculty Dialogue Series / Digital Humanities

Digital Humanities Join Dr. Steven Jones, Professor of English and Co-Director of the Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities, for a discussion about the digital humanities–which the Chronicle of Higher Education in 2010 referred to as “the next big thing” and the New York Times has covered in a recent series, “Humanities 2.0”–and...
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Commonalities: Faculty Dialogue Series / E-textbooks

September 26: Electronic Textbooks Join Dean Robert Seal of the University Libraries for a conversation about electronic textbooks. What textbook will you be using next semester? Have you considered not using a textbook or relying on electronic books and resources for your classes? How are iPads and Kindles impacting higher education? Your class? What...
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