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Webinars for Ecampus and remote students and instructors who want to learn more about the OSU Libraries and doing library research at a distance. The webinars are offered live and recorded for later viewing.
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Click on the title of the webinar to register.  Registration is preferred but not required.

 

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Ecampus Library Webinars

Who are the webinars for?

Ecampus Library Webinars are for students enrolled in Ecampus courses. If you can't come to campus or don't come very often, these webinars are for you. I will provide you with information about the library, what services we offer to our off-campus students, and some specific topics such as citing sources or searching for journals. Please check the schedule since the offerings will vary from quarter to quarter.

How do I participate?

We will use web conferencing software for these synchronous webinars. You don't need any special equipment, just a computer and Internet access. Prior to the webinar, I will send you the log in information you need or you can get it from the Webinar information box on this guide or you can download the instructions from the Webinar Log In Information box on this guide..

What if I can't make it to a webinar?

I record these sessions so you can go back and listen to them again or, if you can't attend, you can listen to the webinar at your convenience. I add the link to the recording under each workshop listing on this guide.

How do I register?

Registration is preferred but not required. Click on the title of the webinar to go to the registration form.

Who do I contact if I have questions?

Stefanie Buck
Ecampus Librarian
Oregon State University
stefanie.buck@oregonstate.edu
(541) 737-7273

 

Introduction the the Library

Introduction to the Library (90 minutes)

Are you doing a research paper this quarter and don’t know where to start? Working on your thesis? Are you new to OSU? Did your professor say you need to use “credible sources”? Want to know more about the library in general?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then this webinar is for you. Join me for a 90 minute webinar that gets you into the library and finding the information you need to be successful in your studies.  Many Ecampus students have said they wished they had known about the library sooner in their studies and this is your chance. Learn what resources the library has, how to search for books and journal articles, how to get books and journal articles delivered to you, and how to use Google Scholar in conjunction with the library resources.

 

Citing Your Sources using the APA 6th edition

Citing Your Sources using APA 6th edition (90 minutes)

  • Tuesday, November 11, 5-6:30pm (Pacific time)
  • Friday, November 14th, 12-1:30pm (Pacific time)

Do you use citation management software like EndNote or Zotero or those built into the databases? Even though you can automatically generate a bibliography pretty easily these days, it does not mean it will be correct. Citation management programs make plenty of mistakes and you need to be able to spot them and correct them. This webinar is all about the American Psychological Association style manual (6th edition) and how to cite your sources correctly and spot those errors that can lose you points on your paper.

     

    Database Power Searching

    Database Power Searching (60 minutes)

    • Tuesday, October 28th, 5-6pm (Pacific time)
    • Thursday, October 30th, 10-11am (Pacific time)

    Do you want to search the online databases more effectively? Tired of just the same old keyword searching? Do you want to be a “power user”?

    This webinar is all about effective database searching. Searching a database takes time and some planning but it does not have to be terribly difficult. Find out about choosing an appropriate database, discovering key words, using database tools such as subject headings to help make your search more relevant, and other top secret librarian search tricks.

       

      Google Scholar

      Google Scholar or the Library Databses: Which is better? (60 minutes)

       
      • Tuesday, November 4th, 5-6pm (Pacific time)
      • Friday, November 7th, 12-1pm (Pacific time)

      You’ve heard about it and used it but what does Google Scholar really include? And why is it asking you to pay $30 for an article? Learn more about Google Scholar and how to use it effectively and without paying extra!

         

        Keeping Track of your Resources

        Keeping Track of Your Research (60 minutes)

        •  Thursday, November 13, 5-6pm (Pacific time)

        You are working on many projects and papers and it’s all getting a little bit overwhelming. Instead of using scraps of paper, let technology help you manage your research. How do you keep track of all those articles and books and web pages you found? This webinar will show you how to use the databases to keep track and introduce you to some citation management software.

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          Office Hours: By Appointment (Please email or call 541-737-7273)
          Office Location: The Valley Library
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          Undergraduate Research Workshps Videos

          The Undergraduate Research Workshops are held on campus to help students develop their research skills. Three of the workshops have been recorded so you can view them any time.

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