Southeast Center workshops are located at the bottom of the page.
Academic Computer Basics
Basic computer skills for college success. Topics include: email, D2L, Turnitin, Formating a paper in Word, etc.
Feb. 2 2pm
Feb. 4 5pm
Formatting a Paper in Microsoft Word
Intended for students new to Word. Workshop will introduce students to basic functions of Word 2013.
Feb. 8 2pm
Feb. 9 5pm
Your First PowerPoint Presentation
Intended for students new to PowerPoint. Workshop will introduce students to basics functions of PowerPoint 2013.
Feb. 11 2pm
Feb. 16 5pm
Researching with Historical Newspapers
This workshop will introduce students to the library's historical newspaper databases.
Feb. 17 2pm
This workshop will introduce students to basic search skills for locating library resources
Mar. 3 2pm
Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing
This workshop will introduce students to the uses, ethics, and varieties of source attribution
Feb. 25 2pm
Mar. 23 5pm
This workshop will introduce students to basic formatting and styles for MLA
Feb. 18 2pm
Mar. 17 3pm
Mar. 21 5pm
Apr. 12 2pm
Open Educational Resources
Learn how to locate free educational resources. Topics include: open textbooks, tutorials, and more.
Mar. 24 2pm
Mobile Apps: Mobilize your Education
Exploration of educational apps available to students and faculty
Mar. 1 2pm
All workshops will be held in K163 inside the library.
Check the calendar below for upcoming workshops. Click on the workshop to see its location.
All workshops listed below are held in room 1207 at 11am and 5pm on the date listed. Contact Jarvis Sheffield for more information: email@example.com
Feb. 3 NSCC Website
Feb. 9 MS Word
Feb. 17 MLA Style
Feb. 23 Research Resources
Feb. 29 PowerPoint
Mar. 2 Time Management
Mar. 16 Degree Works
Mar. 23 Desktop Publishing
Mar. 29 Free Resources
Apr. 5 Career Path Mapping
Apr. 13 Financial Planning
For more information call: 615.916.5865