Online Workshops (D2L)

We have several library workshops that are available in D2L under the Discover menu in which you may self-enroll. These workshops can be taken by anyone with access to Radford's D2L. Learn how to self-register for our D2L workshops.

Students: Learn how to screenshot your quiz grades as proof of completion, if your professor has assigned them to your class.

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

Finding Sources

  • SuperSearch: Learn how to use our largest database with effective search strategies to find sources that are relevant to your research.
  • Selecting Databases: Tips on how to select the subject-specific databases for your research topic.
  • PICO: Strategies for finding research on evidence-based practice in the health sciences.

Evaluating Sources

  • Identifying Original Research Articles: You've found a relevant source, but your professor has asked you to only use original or primary research articles. Learn the criteria for assessing your sources.

Citing Sources

  • APA 7th: One of the most popular citation styles on campus.
  • Avoiding Plagiarism: Understand what plagiarism is, how to identify it, and avoid.

Not finding an online workshop to meet your need? Browse through our Research Skills LibGuides or Ask a Librarian for help.