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Humanities Research Hub: Workshop Series for Graduate Students in the Humanities

Thursday, October 11, 2018 4-5:30
Olin Library, Level A, Instruction Rooms 1 & 3

REGISTER NOW FOR "Library Treasure Chest: Discover Collections and Services"

Do you have trouble keeping up with literature in your field? Are your ILL request marked "return to sender"? Ever wonder what's hidden in archival stashes around the world? Or how to manage your citations? What you need to know about copyright? How the Writing Center can help graduate students? What is ArcGIS and how can I use it?

Get answers to all of these and more in the Library Treasure Chest workshop!

Learn more about the common and lesser-known library resources and services using a speed-dating format. Participants can visit various stations and listen to brief presentations on the following: 

These experts, in addition to subject librarians and curators, will be on hand for follow-up questions. You'll also be paired up with a subject librarian or curator to provide you with an individualized plan to get the resources you need.