Drop-in workshops are held in the library's Information Literacy Centers, either ILC A or B. The instructing librarian will take attendance and email the names of participants to professors who offer extra credit.
Faculty can request a workshop to be delivered during their classtime in-person or synchronously online.
On our campus, the most commonly used style format is APA. In this workshop, you will get hands-on practice creating APA references and in-text citations, using our color-coded APA 7th guide.
Please consider enrolling in our APA or Avoiding Plagiarism online workshops via Desire2Learn (D2L). These self-paced tutorials use videos and quizzes to cover the same content as the workshops, but can be taken at any time. Upon completion, you may share your quiz scores with professors.
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 University's D2L. Learn how to self-register for our D2L workshops.
Want a specific online workshop?
If you would like to schedule a workshop or have questions, please email Jennifer Resor-Whicker, Head of Research Services.