Regularly scheduled workshops offered by the Priddy Library and Macklin Center for Leadership and Communication have ended for the fall semester. Please check back in January for the spring semester workshops schedule. You can also request a workshop on demand in the meantime by filling out this form.
For faculty: Would you like to offer one of the workshops to your students? Fill out this form to schedule a time for a Priddy librarian and/or staff member form the Macklin Center to come to your class.
Learn how to create digital maps, combining them with photos, text, video, and audio, to tell a story.
Is that true? Or does it just feel true? Attend this workshop to become a pro at sorting through online mis and disinformation.
Presentations causing you anxiety? Learn how to create and deliver an effective presentation.
Build an ePortfolio - an innovative way to showcase your professional and academic skills and experiences in an online format.
Covers functions and formatting, plus pivot tables to analyze and present your data.
Share data using images via user-friendly and free software.
Explore the basics of conducting a systematic review, including tips, tools and ways librarians can collaborate with you.
Tips and techniques for searching library databases, reading scholarly articles, and creating a literature review.
Learn and practice public speaking techniques including articulation and body language.
Learn how to use PowerPoint to transform research into a poster. Discuss content guidelines, design, and presentation tips.
Craft a comprehensive, yet precise string of search terms and syntax to get the information you need from databases.
Are you familiar with USG's Lab for Entrepreneurship and Transformative Leadership? Did you know that you can access databases at Priddy Library to aid you in your entrepreneurship research? Join us to hear what we have to offer!
Have you always wanted to start your own business, but didn't know where to start? This workshop will guide you through the basic requirements.
Create data visualizations that tell a compelling story. Bring a link to your own data set, or use one provided by the library.
Get acquainted with the tools available to support the various steps of a systematic review.
Utilizing the elements of critical thinking and a problem solving process to best prepare for quizzes and exams.
Start your semester strong by learning time management and study strategies to set you on the right path.
Maintain and make the most of your study schedule with free online applications.
Design thinking is a process that seeks to solve complex problems from the user's perspective, focused on achieving practical results and solutions. Learn the foundations of design thinking while solving a problem facing students at USG.
Learn how the online software Academic Writer can help with organizing your sources, writing an idnividual or group paper and checking your citations in APA style.
Explore how the citation manager Zotero can help you cite and createa bibliography for your research paper and more.