UHWO Library’s October Research Workshops

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The UH West Oʻahu Library is offering weekly research workshops designed to assist students with classroom assignments and research projects throughout the month of October. The workshops run on Wednesdays and take place in the UHWO Library Computer Lab (B-233) from 2-3 p.m.

Oct. 5: Choosing a Research Topic
Need to write a research paper this semester? Learn how to develop an idea for a research topic into a specific research question, and discover search strategies to find relevant resources in UHWO Library Databases.

Oct. 12: Hawaiʻi/Pacific Research
Discover resources for researching Hawaiian and Pacific topics. We will cover resources available in the UHWO Library collection, along with some available on the open web.

Oct. 19: Google Fu
Tired of your humdrum Google searches? Want to impress your friends with your exemplary web research skills? Level up your Google Fu in a workshop where we’ll explore tips and tricks.

Oct. 26: Integrating Sources
Learn specific techniques for incorporating sources into your academic research papers. Discover how to use EndNote, a citation management tools available through the library!

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