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Workshop: Library Research 701 (Tue. 11-13-2012 @ 10am)

A lot of students and faculty have experience with the Internet and standard search engines, but not everyone knows there's a deeper, invisible web that can't be freely accessed even through Google. This workshop will assist participants with database selection and searching, identifying search terms and basic citation skills. (Approximately 50 minutes)
When Nov 13, 2012
from 10:00 AM to 10:50 AM
Where Room 258 (Seminar Room), 2nd Floor Bluford Library
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Contact Phone 336.285.4185
Attendees Registration at least 24 hours in advance is required.*
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Students will learn to brainstorm search terms, how to access and use at least 2 or more databases and how to cite article findings.

This class is especially recommended for new students, non-traditional students and any others that may need a thorough understanding of search strategies.

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