UVic librarians and archivists offer hands-on, virtual, and lecture style workshops designed to provide your students with the tools necessary to successfully conduct research for their course assignments. Workshops can be tailored to address the specific requirements of the assignment, in addition to building the critical digital information fluency skills that will prepare students for future degree work. Contact us to request a workshop for your course.
Examples of workshops:
Literature searching workshops (tailored to course or assignment)
Introduction to citation management software (e.g. Zotero, Mendeley)
Research data management plans with Portage's DMP Assistant
ORCiD unique personal identifier workshop
GIS and mapping
Hands-on workshops with rare and unique materials in Special Collections and University Archives
Introduction to Primary Sources and Primary Source Literacy
Introduction to Data Visualization
Introduction to Data Analysis with R-Studio
Introduction to Personal Websites with WordPress
3D Printing with TinkerCad or MakerBot
*This is not an exhaustive list of our offerings. If you don't see a workshop listed here -- suggest one using the form below.