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Humanities Research Hub 2: Library Treasure Chest: Discover Collections and Services

Humanities Research Hub 2: Library Treasure Chest: Discover Collections and Services

Ever wonder what's hidden in the vast library stacks? How to manage your citations? What you need to know about copyright? How the Writing Center can help? Learn about 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: 

  • Interlibrary Loan
  • Citation management tools
  • Using Special Collections and Archives at WashU and other institutions
  • Research alerts and BrowZine
  • Writing Center
  • Electronic theses/dissertations & Copyright
  • Data Services

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.

Part of the Humanities Research Hub series of workshops for WU graduate students in the Humanities. The other workshops in the series:

What I wish I'd known: Dissertation/Theses Best Practices and Pitfalls, Thursday, Sept. 13, 4-5:30pm; Olin Library, Instruction Room 3 (level A)

- Choose Your Own Adventure, Thursday, Nov. 8, 4-5:30pm; Olin Library, Instruction Suite (Level A)

 

Related LibGuide: Humanities Research Hub: Workshop Series for Graduate Students in the Humanities by Cassie Brand

Date:
Thursday, October 11, 2018
Time:
4:00pm - 5:30pm
Location:
Instruction Room 1, Instruction Room 3
Campus:
Olin Library
Categories:
  Humanities Research Hub  
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Session Presenter

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Brian Vetruba