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Workshops, seminars and tours

Research is difficult, and finding the right information can be frustrating. The good news is that the Library can help make it easier. We offer a variety of programs, including general library orientation and workshops with an emphasis on improving your research skills. Invest a little time with us now and you can save time later on!

For undergraduate students For graduate students

BiblioGrad is a series of hands-on workshops specifically designed for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows. The goal of these workshops is to better equip students with essential research skills, along with knowledge about the various ways the Library can lend support during their studies.

Registration is required. Space is limited, register online:

For faculty

We offer in-class, discipline-specific seminars tailored to the needs of your course. Our librarians will also work with you to develop research assignments and to create course Web pages that help students learn to find, evaluate and use information effectively.

For detailed information, or to request an in-class seminar, contact your librarian.

To access the Library's online webinars you can also visit the Teaching and Learning Support Service's Training and Events Program page for more information!

Learning Crossroads (CRX)

The Learning Crossroads offers workshops to build the digital skills of all uOttawa students, faculty, and staff. Whether it’s collaborating with Google apps, staying focused with your devices, or creating videos to spread your message, if it involves technology, we want to help you improve your digital literacy.

Do you have a recommendation for a workshop? Please contact Mish Boutet, Digital Literacy Librarian. You can also check LinkedIn Learning to see if an online course already exists.

CreatorSpace

The CreatorSpace offers access to tools, software, and electronic instruments to all uOttawa students, faculty, and staff, as well as a variety of workshops, including the DH Toolbox series.

**New! Webinars

Library Services and Resources for Online Learning

The Library's Digital Course Reserve Service for Online Learning

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