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Workshops at the Loyola Libraries
What are library workshops and why do you offer them?
Each semester librarians at Loyola offer a variety of workshops which range in content from developing advanced Google skills to finding primary sources, from learning to create data visualizations to navigating the ins and outs of certain databases.
Our workshops are designed to help you develop skills in finding and using information.
What is featured in this guide?
With this guide you can find handouts, slides, links, and other resources for the workshops we are currently offering and the workshops we have offered in the past.
Don't hesitate to ask a librarian if you have questions about any of the information featured here or if you want to inquire about a specific workshop.
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