USC Libraries offers workshops on a wide range of topics, from citation management to literature review preparation to data visualization. See the list of upcoming planned workshops below, or request one for your students, staff, or department.
NOTE: For course-integrated instruction, please use the Request a Class form.
Crash Course 2.0: Midterm Edition
Do you have a research paper coming up? Don't know how to print, borrow a laptop, or find a book in the library? Have no clue what librarians can help you with?
Come learn - as a refresher or for the first time - how the Libraries can support you in your midterm work. This workshop will have two stations: resources, and spaces and services. Come to one or both!
Meet in the Doheny Memorial Library lobby. Open to everyone!
Workshops @ VKC Library - various dates
Request a Workshop
Topics may include (but are not limited to!)
- Managing and creating citations
- Open Educational Resources (OER)
- Open access (OA) and OA publishing
- Primary Source Research Skills
- Citation management software (e.g., Zotero)
- SPSS (beginning, intermediate, advanced)
To schedule a class with Special Collections, please see their Instructional Services Classes page: https://libraries.usc.edu/locations/special-collections/instructional-services-class-visits
For questions about the form and your request, please contact Library Instruction at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Elizabeth Galoozis, (213) 821-0097, email@example.com.