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2022-2023 Library Workshops

All workshops are held in the library computer lab, unless otherwise noted. 


Navigating Library Resources

  • Friday, January 20 – 10-11 am (led by Nathan Thebarge)
  • Wednesday, March 29 – 7-7:30 pm (led by Nancy Bialek)
  • When it comes to research, work smarter, not harder. Come and find out all the ways that Rolfing Library can help you succeed in your studies!


Resources for Distance & Online Students

  • Thursday, January 26 – 7-8 pm (led by Chris Chang on Zoom)
  • Just because you can't physically come to the library doesn't mean that we can't help you with your papers and projects! Join us on Zoom to learn about all the remote resources and support we offer at Rolfing.
  • Note: Zoom links will be emailed to workshop participants after they register.


Source Citations & Avoiding Plagiarism

  • Friday, January 27 – 10-11 am (led by Nathan Thebarge)
  • How you manage sources can make or break your course papers. Join us and learn tips, tricks, and helpful resources for making sure you give credit where credit is due!


WorldShare Inter-Library Loan

  • Distance Students: Thursday, February 2 – 7-8 pm (led by Chris Chang on Zoom)
  • Graduate Students: Friday, February 24 – 10-11 am (led by Chris Chang)
  • Undergraduate Students: Friday, March 31 – 10-11 am (led by Chris Chang)
  • Can't find a specific resource at Rolfing? No problem! Come and learn about WorldShare, our system for tracking down the materials you need from across the country and (sometimes) the world!
  • Note: Zoom links will be emailed to workshop participants after they register.


Zotero Citation Management

  • Friday, February 10 – 10-11 am (led by Jodi Craiglow)
  • Friday, March 17 – 10-11 am (led by Jodi Craiglow)
  • Friday, April 21 – 10-11 am (led by Jodi Craiglow)
  • Keeping track of source citations can be a chore, and creating a Works Cited page can be painstaking. Thankfully, there's an app for that! Come and learn about Zotero, a free, open-source citation manager that can do all that hard work for you!
  • Note: Please download and install the Zotero program and web connector(s) prior to attending the workshop and bring your computer with you.


Workshop Registration

Library Events


Faculty Book Talk: Dr. Eric Rivera

  • Thursday, March 23 at 10:00 am
  • Come hear Dr. Eric Rivera, Professor of Pastoral Theology, talk about his new book, Unexpected Jesus.


Faculty Book Talk: Dr. Steve Bryan

  • Tuesday, April 18 at 1:00 pm
  • Come hear Dr. Steve Bryan, Professor of New Testament, talk about his new book, Cultural Identity and the Purposes of God.