Upcoming Workshops 

Check the library calendar for upcoming workshops and bootcamps offered by the Libraries.

Hardin Open Workshops are one-hour classes on health science resources and topics. 

Workshops on research data and scholarly impact are available on request. 

Credit Courses

ULIB:1001 Library Research in Context: Find the Good Stuff Fast. Subject specialist librarians teach the course. Fundamental goals: help students build and develop critical thinking and research skills for academic life and beyond.  Course work includes class activities and class discussion. 

ULIB:2001 Being Responsible Online: From Social Media to Academic Research.
This course will introduce students to some of the ethical issues surrounding information and information technology. Whether you are using information as a researcher or creating information on a social networking site, issues of privacy, reliability, and intellectual property abound. In this course, students will develop the skills to navigate online information responsibly. 

ULIB:3011 Library Strategies for International Research (also known as 187:096 (IS:3011))
This course will help students prepare for an academic research paper and succeed in upper-level courses throughout the curriculum. By working with a research librarian, students will gain new skills and experience as they solve information-related problems. The class will feature small group activities, short student presentations, and an individual research consultation with the instructor. Students will develop a familiarity with a variety of research and popular materials, become experts in at least one academic research database, and enhance their critical thinking skills during the 8-week session. 

How to Use Library Resources: Guides and Tutorials 

You can find tours, video walkthroughs, and tutorials on using library resources here. 

Librarians have created subject guides of information and resources for a variety of topics and for specific courses. 

Need a subject guide or library tutorial for your class to use, and can’t find it? Contact your subject librarian to discuss having one made.