University Library Workshops

The University Library offers workshops for professional development throughout the academic year.

Get Organized! Ease Your Research Workflow with Zotero!

You’ve done the hard work of finding sources for your research…but how to keep track of it all? Make it easy on yourself by organizing your work as you go with the free, open-source Zotero citation management system. Join library staff to learn the basics of how Zotero can help you:

  • Build your collection of sources and add items
  • Organize your citations and PDFs
  • Create and format in-text citations and bibliographies in a variety of styles
  • Join and create groups to share research

Thursday, October 3
1:30–2:30 p.m.
McHenry Library
Instruction Room 2353

Tuesday, October 8
3:30–4:30 p.m.
Online via Zoom

Thursday, October 10
5:00–6:00 p.m.
Science and Engineering Library
Active Learning Classroom

Monday, October 14
1:15–2:15 p.m.
Graduate Student Commons

Sharing Your Scholarship
For academic authors
Thursday, November 14
4:00–5:00 p.m.
Physical Sciences Building, Room 240

Between open access policies and journal copyright transfer agreements, it’s hard to know how to share your scholarship and maximize your research impact. Join library staff at this workshop to:

  • Learn easy ways to know what to share where, when, and how
  • Get help uploading your articles (Bring your papers or posters to upload!)
  • Learn how to find your preferred journal’s copyright agreements
  • Get answers to any other questions about sharing your work

Watch for future library workshops

Quick and Dirty Data Management

Curating Your Online Academic Presence
Ready to Publish?

Direct questions about any of the above to or one of the following librarians:

Christy CaldwellChristy Caldwell
Science Librarian
University Library



Annette MarinesAnnette Marines
Librarian, Arts and Humanities
University Library