Don't be spooked by bibliographies or citing. Learn how RefWorks can help you! RefWorks is a citation manager that lets you capture reference information and cite it correctly in the style that you need. You can attend any of these 50-minute workshops to learn how to make RefWorks work for you.
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Monday, October 30
In an article featured in the Chronicle of Higher Education, University Librarian Haipeng Li discusses how his experience at the UC Merced Library has shown him that transitioning to digital collections is not a less expensive venture than maintaining a print collection, as academic librarians had once thought would be the case.
Join us as Professor of History Susan Amussen discusses her new book, Gender, Culture and Politics in England, 1560-1640. The book integrates social history, politics, and literary culture as part of a ground-breaking study which provides revealing insights into modern English society.
Refugee Currents: Bodies at Sea includes six original mixed art pieces inspired by major themes in Critical Refugee Studies research that honor the agency and resiliency of refugees and heighten...