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The library is offering a new workshop series, Information Literacy Research Labs. Research Lab is a 1-hour workshop hosted by a librarian outside of class, which supports and enhances the learning students do in class and on their own to prepare for class. These labs are focused workshopping sessions that both helps students with their research assignments and introduces them to increasingly sophisticated strategies as they navigate the research process (topic development, searching for sources, revising your researching question and refining your thesis).
Each lab is tailored of an increasingly complex research process:
Research Lab for First Year Research: The goal of this the First Year Research Lab is to support students completing their first college research project in ENG114 or HCS100.
Research Lab for Introduction to the Major: The goal of this the Gateway Research Lab is to support students as they learn about research in their discipline.
Research Lab for Senior Research: The goal of this the Senior Research Lab is to ensure students working on a seminar/capstone research are ready to conduct independent research projects.
What if I still need help, or have other questions, even though I’ve attended the Research Labs?
Contact Professor Smith (email@example.com) or Professor Fic (firstname.lastname@example.org) directly. We are working closely with Dr. Greenberg (PLS301) and Dr. McNelis (HCS360) this semester, and we want to help you succeed.