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Library Workshops

This series of workshops will help you become a better searcher and information user. Designed to be practical skill-building lessons that will improve your scholarship and research habits.


Welcome back, Rockets! Are you a First Year student who needs to learn the library? An advanced undergraduate with a major paper due? Or do you just want to brush up on the newest trends and issues in your field? Carlson Library will be hosting workshops to meet your needs.

Your UToledo librarians are here to assist you--whether you are an undergraduate or graduate student--in your research success.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most workshops are suspended. If you would like to request one, please contact Julia Martin at

Past Workshops Included:

  • LifeHack: UToledo Libraries
  • Scholarly Attribution and Citation: What You Need to Know
  • Business Research for the Job Hunt
  • APA Updated: Using Seventh Edition APA Style
  • Digital Publishing
  • Topics in Engineering

And many more! Contact our Subject Specialists for more information.

Finding Resources Your Professor Will Love

What You’ll Learn:  If you are working on a project or paper, this guide will introduce you to the essential tools and resources for any assignment.

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Echo 360 video demonstrations help you get your research started today!

Best For: Undergraduate students

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Mastering Citations in EndNote

Mastering Citations in EndNote

Correctly citing all of your sources for your research is an important part of being an ethical researcher.  When you have a big paper, thesis or dissertation, the EndNote program can help! 

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What You'll Learn: 

  • Collect citations from Google Scholar, library databases, and your own saved PDFs 
  • Find and attach full text to eliminate paper and make searching easy 
  • Adapt EndNote to your own organization system 
  • Cite your sources correctly in any style in Microsoft Word 

Best For:  Advanced Undergraduates, Grad Students, Faculty

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