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Information about services offered by Mayfield Library

Main Campus Fall 2016 Workshops

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, formatting a paper in Word, and more!

Sept. 6 @ 2pm

Sept. 26 @ 2pm

Computer Basics

For students new to computers. Topics include: mousing, computer vocabulary, saving files, etc.

Sept. 20 @ 2pm

Formatting a Paper in Microsoft Word

Intended for students new to Word. Workshop will introduce students to basic functions of Word 2013.

Sept. 13 @ 2pm

Sept. 27 @ 5pm

Oct. 3 @ 2pm

Your First PowerPoint Presentation

Intended for students new to PowerPoint. Workshop will introduce students to basic functions of PowerPoint 2013.

Sept. 27 @ 2pm

Oct. 18 @ 2pm

Oct. 26 @ 5pm

Researching with Historical Newspapers

This workshop will introduce students to the library's historical newspaper databases.

Sept. 15 @ 2pm

Research Basics

This workshop will introduce students to basic research skills for locating library resources.

Oct. 20 @ 2pm

Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing

This workshop will introduce students to the uses, ethics, and varieties of source attribution.

Oct. 4 @ 2pm

Oct. 6 @ 5pm

Nov. 3 @ 2pm

MLA Style

This workshop will introduce students to basic formatting and styles for MLA.

Sept. 8 @ 2pm

Sept. 14 @ 5pm

Oct. 13 @ 2pm

Nov. 2 @ 2pm

Nov. 3 @ 5pm

Open Educational Resources

Learn how to locate free educational resources. Topics include: open textbooks, tutorials, and more.

Sept. 19 @ 2pm

Mobile Apps: Mobilize Your Education

Exploration of educational apps available to students and faculty

Oct. 25@ 2pm

All workshops will be held in K163 inside the library.

Fall 2016 Library and Learning Center Workshops

Check the calendar below for upcoming workshops. Click on the workshop to see its location.

Southeast Center Workshops

All Southeast Center workshops are held in Room 1206.

 

Beginner's Word

Intended for students new to Word Workshop will introduce students to basic functions of Word 2013.

Aug. 29 11am & 5pm

Sept. 26 11am & 5pm

Academic Computer Basics

Basic computer skills for college success. Topics include: accessing NSCC wireless, basic email & how to email your instructor, D2L, Turnitin, and more.

Sept. 12 11am & 5pm

MLA Style

This workshop will introduce students to basic formatting and styles for MLA.

Sept. 19 11am & 5pm

Open Educational Resources

Learn how to locate free educational resources. Topics include: open textbooks, tutorials, and more.

Oct. 3 11am & 5pm

Beginner's PowerPoint

Intended for students new to PowerPoint. Workshop will introduce students to basic functions of PowerPoint 2013.

Oct. 17 11am & 5pm

Degree Works

Students will learn to use Degree Works to plan their college career.

Oct. 31 11am & 5pm

Resume & Cover Letter

An introduction to preparing a resume and cover letter.

Nov. 14 11am & 5pm

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