Information Literacy Programming
As part of the Emory Libraries Instruction Program, librarians offer workshops, events, and various programming to help students develop their research and information literacy skills and to support instructors in their teaching and learning endeavors.
Workshops for Students
The Emory Libraries offer a variety of workshops for students to help them develop their research and information literacy skills. Workshops are scheduled throughout the semester.
Visit our Workshops page to see more about our current offerings for students or visit our Events Calendar to see current workshop offerings from the Woodruff Library, Scholarly Communications, ECDS, and others.
Some of our workshops are available on-demand for you and your students. Visit our Woodruff Library Workshop Canvas Site to see resources and recordings or get in touch to learn more about on-demand offerings.
The following are some of our workshops for undergraduate students.
Research Skills Track – discover and explore the entire research process
- Developing a Research Proposal
- Annotated Bibliographies and Scholarly Conversations
- Advanced Search Skills
- Critical Evaluation Skills
- Avoiding Plagiarism
- Project Management Skills
- Communicating Your Research
- Presentation Skills
Digital and Media Literacy Track – learn valuable skills and delve into critical issues
- Misinformation and Fake News
- Digital Communication Skills
- Managing Online Identities
- Understanding algorithms
- Data literacy basics
Workshops for Faculty
The Emory Libraries also offer workshops for faculty on incorporating information literacy into courses, developing research assignments and other topics.
- See our current offerings on our Events Calendar, including offerings from Academic Technology Services on Canvas and offerings from librarians on information literacy and research assignments.
- See workshops that librarians offer in conjunction with the Center for Faculty Development at the CFDE Website.