Online Workshops (D2L)

We have several library workshops that are available in D2L in the Self Registering Course Offerings section. These workshops can be taken by any student. They are divided by which topics are most relevant to undergraduate and graduate students. Learn how to self-register for our D2L workshops.

Learn how to save proof of completion via your D2L ePortfolio if your professor has assigned them to your class. 

Undergraduate Students 

  • APA for Undergraduates Workshops: Cover several concepts in APA, teaching you how to create references and citations for several different types of sources.

    • Intro to APA workshop

    • Scholarly Article workshop

    • In-text citations workshop

    • Websites workshop

  • Avoiding Plagiarism workshop: Understand what plagiarism is, how to identify it, and avoid it.
  • Introduction to SuperSearch: How to use SuperSearch to find sources that are relevant to your research.

Graduate Students

  • APA for Graduate Students Workshops: Introduce you to APA and give you the opportunity to further test your knowledge with quizzes on scholarly articles and in-text citations.

    • Intro to APA workshop

    • Scholarly Article Quiz

    • In-text Citation Quiz

  • Selecting Databases workshop: Tips on how to select the best databases for your topics.

  • Identifying Original Research Articles workshop: Explains how to identify original research articles.

  • PICO workshop: Explains the concept of PICO.

  • Avoiding Plagiarism workshop: Understand what plagiarism is, how to identify it, and avoid it.
  • Introduction to SuperSearch: How to use SuperSearch to find sources that are relevant to your research.

Faculty: learn how to assign an online workshop module to your students with our detailed instructions.