Building Better Research Assignments

Building Better Research Assignments

A CASTL Event

Collabratorium

A good research assignment is the foundation for solid student work, and this is best achieved with a firm understanding of the information resources available through the Medaille College libraries.

Join us for a one hour workshop in which we will detail our experiences with what constitutes the best research assignments. We will detail the impressive scope of information available through our libraries and the variety of ways in which resources can be obtained. Collaboration opportunities with the Medaille librarians in the form of embedded librarians will also be discussed. This workshop will also highlight resources that can be used for your personal scholarship.

Lunch will be served! Please let me know if you have any dietary restrictions.

Monday, November 12, 2018 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm
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