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'''Refworks''' - for beginners to advanced<br>Getting your footnotes and bibliographies right doesn’t have to be complicated. In just one hour (or less) you'll learn how to save citations as you find them, and create bibliographies with this easy-to-use database for storing and managing references.  
 
'''Refworks''' - for beginners to advanced<br>Getting your footnotes and bibliographies right doesn’t have to be complicated. In just one hour (or less) you'll learn how to save citations as you find them, and create bibliographies with this easy-to-use database for storing and managing references.  
  
'''WordPress for Blog, Courses, Projects and More <br>'''blogs.middlebury.edu is powered by WordPress, a popular and easy to use tool for creating a wide range of sites including those for blogging, courses, research, projects, initiatives and activities. This workshop will give an overview of WordPress highlighting different ways it has been used at Middlebury and then will provide guided instruction for creating your own WordPress site.  
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Revision as of 10:01, 16 December 2010

LIS WORKSHOPS

To sign up for workshops of interest (or suggest topics) please send email to:  helpdesk@middlebury.edu


Thu, 12/16
Drupal Review
9:00 – 10:00 am
Fri, 12/17
Drupal Site Work Session
9:00 – 11:00 am
Mon, 1/17
WordPress for Blogs, Courses, Projects and More
2:00 - 3:30 pm
Wed, 1/19
WordPress for Blogs, Courses, Projects and More
1:00 - 2:30 pm


LIS Refworks Workshops

RefWorks training is now offered one on one.  Just make an appointment with a librarian to learn how to use RefWorks.  To request an appointment, use the Ask a Librarian Form and specify that you're interested in learning to use Refworks. You can also try to get started on your own using the Refworks tutorials, or the Quick Start Guide on our Refworks Resource Guide.




WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS

Drupal Review
For individuals who have attended “Intro to Drupal” but would like a refresher. We will go through the basics, with full attention to embedding images, audio, and video files. We will also review how to manage the various page regions, such as the sidebar and carousel, including how they interact with the rest of the site.

Drupal Site Work Session
Have you been procrastinating from making those updates to your departmental web pages? Can't update your Drupal site because the phone is ringing off the hook? Don't you wish there was someplace quiet and peaceful where you could go to work on your pages, uninterrupted? Well, there is! Come to a Drupal site work session and have someone right there to answer all of your questions and help you with any problems. This will not be a formal workshop; we will answer questions and problems as they come up.

Refworks - for beginners to advanced
Getting your footnotes and bibliographies right doesn’t have to be complicated. In just one hour (or less) you'll learn how to save citations as you find them, and create bibliographies with this easy-to-use database for storing and managing references.

WordPress for Blog, Courses, Projects and More
blogs.middlebury.edu is powered by WordPress, a popular and easy to use tool for creating a wide range of sites including those for blogging, courses, research, projects, initiatives and activities. This workshop will give an overview of WordPress highlighting different ways it has been used at Middlebury and then will provide guided instruction for creating your own WordPress site.


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