Free library workshops to help students

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Evelyn Caicedo

Eight free library workshops are now available to help students save time when researching assignments and exploring the resources that the library has to offer.

Each workshop at the Saddleback College library consists of a 50 minute informational course that the instructor explains a specific topic in depth with the use of worksheets and important papers.

Some workshops include Internet Searching, Organize Your Research, and Finding Articles which teach students new techniques to searches using the Internet or the online library databases.

The workshop ‘Do It Yourself: Avoiding Plagiarism’ gives more research techniques for students so they would use their own work instead of plagiarize.

Students are recommended to reserve a space in a workshop by signing up at the library in Village 3 or by calling 949-582-4525.

The doors will close after the first five minutes to keep late students from disrupting the workshops, even if they have a reserved seat. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early for this reason.

For a list of all workshop titles and their descriptions visit: www.saddleback.edu/library/instruction/workshops.html.

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