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SFCC Library Workshops

This guide provides up-to-date information about currently scheduled information literacy workshops.

Workshop Guide

Workshop Schedule

See Transcript Below for this Image: Spring 2020 Zoom Student Workshops

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Transcript for SFCC Library Workshops: Spring 2020

‚ÄčSFCC Library: Spring 2020 Zoom Workshops 

Library Workshop Series: Academic Integrity


Avoiding Plagiarism

Thursday, 5/14 at 1 PM 

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In this workshop, we explore what plagiarism is, how and why it's a form of academic dishonesty, and how you can avoid it. The workshop includes multiple practice scenarios, so students can test their understanding of plagiarism.

Citation Generators

Wednesday, 5/20 at 12:30 PM  

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Students will learn how to create citations in MyBib and understand the components of a citation. Students will leave with online resources and tips for using citation generators effectively.


Scholarly Articles & Database Searching

Tuesday, 5/26 at 1 PM 

Zoom Meeting Room:

In this workshop, we explore the scholarly conversation. We'll cover how you as a student take part in the scholarly conversation, what a scholarly article is and how to locate them using a library database.


Become a Google Expert

Wednesday, 6/3 at 1 PM 

Zoom Meeting Room:

Learn advanced search techniques for navigating Google Scholar to locate scholarly articles online, as well 

as an overview of general advanced search tricks in Google. Attendees will learn time-saving 

techniques helpful to all researchers.


The Zoom Workshops will include a short assessment to confirm students' attendance and a quick online form to verify students' name and class for extra credit.

If instructors wish to offer extra credit, the library will email instructors after the workshops to confirm student attendance.

Workshops will not be recorded to respect student privacy.

Any questions, please email