MLIS, Reference Librarian
Are you confused about how to navigate the library? Do you need helping figuring out what database to use and what search terms to put in the search box? Have questions about peer review or empirical articles? Do you wish you could actually watch how a search is done and have the ability to ask questions at the same time?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then attend a Grand Canyon University Library webinar!
Webinars are a great way to learn how to use different databases and learn how to get help from the GCU Librarians! We can show you how to develop your searches, what key words to use and how to set up a search for peer reviewed articles. Have your questions answered by a librarian in real time as the webinar unfolds!
The Library presents regular webinars that are both general and subject specific and include the following options:
- Library Introduction
- Business Resources
- Doctoral Research
- Education Resources
- Nursing and Health Sciences Resources
To sign up for a webinar, go to http://library.gcu.edu and click on “Webinars and Workshops.” Click on the date and time that works for you!
If you can’t attend a webinar during the times listed, no problem! The GCU Librarians are available for on-demand, one-on-on research consultations during open library hours. Call, email or chat with us!
But you don’t have to take our word for it! Students that have previously attended the GCU Library webinars rave about how informative the webinars are and how much easier their lives are made by spending one short hour watching and listening to general or specific research tips and techniques. You will gain countless hours of your life back! Increase your confidence and the know-how to navigate the library’s resources and get the articles you need for your assignment – sign up today!
If you would like help researching or have other library related questions, please contact us at http://library.gcu.edu/AskALibrarian or call toll free 800-800-9776 x6396641.
The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author’s and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Grand Canyon University.