Workshops at Fullerton College Library
We’re bringing back library workshops, with a twist. There are two threads of workshops taking place throughout the semester:
- Rotating workshops focused on some of the most current and sometimes unexpected topics in information literacy today.
- Gamified workshops that tackle how to find and evaluate information with an element of challenging fun.
For in-depth study of research strategies, we also offer on-going research education in the form of courses, course-integrated library instruction sessions, and individualized support.
Check out how library services and sources can help you with your coursework today!
New workshop topics each month! Meet in room 827 (upstairs, towards the back) for these 40-minute sessions. No sign-up required. Check back regularly for specific dates and times.
September 12, 2018 at 3pm
Love My FC Library: Tour and Orientation
Info Hacking with Google Power Searches
October 8, 2018 at 1pm
Library 101: Catalog and Services
Put Down That Copyrighted Google Image! Gorgeous (and Absolutely Free) Photos for Your Presentation Projects
November 13, 2018 at 2:30pm
Introduction to the Deep Web
Living with Fake News and Alternative Facts: Using EDS and Web Sources to Beat the Lies
Most Sites Are Crap: Evaluating Web Content
The Best MLA/APA Citation Sources and Strategies That Cost You Nothing (Further)
An Introduction to Library Research
The library provides a range of opportunities for students to learn the basics of research and receive research assistance and support.
- Learn about the structure that supports academic research?
- Earn higher grades by citing better sources?
Enroll in LIB 100F or LIB100HF to broaden your knowledge base!
Request a one-on-one consultation with a librarian for individualized assistance with your research. Consultations are roughly 30 minutes in length and can be scheduled for: Monday-Thursday from 8:00am-8:00pm and Friday from 8:00am-2:00pm.
Course-integrated library instruction sessions are designed around your research assignments or to introduce students to the library sources and services that will help them with their coursework. Request a one- to two-hour session for your class(es) today.