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Throughout the semester, librarians will be holding research workshops to help you do your best research! We will explore the research process, brainstorm and craft a topic or question, and show you how to search for sources. All workshops will be held online via Zoom starting at 7 p.m. You can sign up for each workshop using the REGISTER HERE links below. The schedule for the workshops is as follows:
Monday, October 4 @ 7 p.m.: Research Basics
In this workshop, your LSU Librarians will introduce facets of the research process including background research, the information timeline, and how to get started on your research! We'll also discuss the process of formulating a researchable question. This workshop will also allow for students (and librarians) to share feelings around research, where they have found research materials, and how they analyze their research needs.
Monday, October 18 @ 7 p.m.: A Deeper Dive Into Research
In this workshop we will explore different resources provided by LSU Libraries and tips and tricks on how to make your searching more effective. We will also explore resources outside of the traditional library, such as government information, primary documents, and oral histories. This is an opportunity for students to do their own searching with librarians there to help.