Reference management tools are a new addition to our list of supported technologies, and we’re happy to offer several workshops on them this semester. Registration is not required.
Reference or citation management tools can help you organize and cite your sources and automatically generate in-text citations and bibliographies. RefWorks and EndNote are paid tools available at no cost to UA students, faculty, and staff. Popular free tools include Mendeley and Zotero.
Like our Microsoft Word workshops, this semester’s Google Docs sessions will help you meet assignment requirements and focus on research and writing, not fixing formatting problems. Registration is not required.
Fall 2015 Academic Technologies workshop registration opened this week, and next week brings the first workshops of the semester: Academic Paper Formatting in Microsoft Word and References in Microsoft Word. Continue reading →
This is the first post from Science and Engineering Librarian Vincent Scalfani. In addition to providing software instruction, Dr. Scalfani is the Libraries’ subject specialist for Chemistry and Chemical and Biological Engineering and teaches in the Department of Chemistry.
Rodgers Library is excited to announce our Spring 2015 software workshops. We will be offering workshops on QtiPlot, Adobe InDesign, SketchUp, and MATLAB. For a complete description of the workshops along with dates and times, please go here to register for one (or more!) of our workshops: