Wednesday, April 18, 2007

It’s the last week of classes. Have you finished that paper yet?

Hunter Library is hosting 4 drop-in workshops to teach students and faculty how to use RefWorks.

What is RefWorks? It’s a new resource that allows you to store and organize your research. You can select and easily download citations from most of the library’s databases. Book, article, and website citations can then be formatted in the needed style (MLA, APA, etc.), shared with other project members, or quickly turned into a bibliography or works cited!

At the workshop, you can
- Set up an account and start saving your research.
- Learn how to import citations from Academic Search Premier and other databases.
- Bring your works-cited lists and turn them into the appropriate format.

When: 2:00-4:00, Monday, April 23-Thursday, April 26; Drop in any time!
Where: Hunter Library Room 186 (across from the Hunter Library Computer Lab)
Computers are available; feel free to bring your laptop!
For more information, contact Becky Kornegay, 227-3417,