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Northwestern Health Sciences University

Library Orientation

Use this guide to quickly learn about the services and resources the Greenawalt Library provides, including upcoming training, how to get help with writing, and getting started.

Upcoming Workshops

There are no upcoming scheduled workshops at the current time. Workshop recordings are below if you'd like to watch a recording of a past webinar.

You may also reach out to library@nwhealth.edu to schedule a private consultation or group instruction.

 

Recorded Workshops

Library Orientation - September 14, 2021 

This lunchtime webinar will go over how to use the services the library has to offer. Learn about finding full text, what databases we offer, how to sign up to use the study rooms and you can ask any questions you have.

Mendeley - September 16, 2021

Mendeley is a citation management software that allows you to import references into a library and then use those references to create citations as you write a paper. The software can create in-text and bibliographies for a number of common citation styles.

Zotero - September 22, 2022

Zotero is an alternative citation manager that works better than Mendeley for people with Macs. This webinar talks about how to use Zotero and compares it with Mendeley. 

How To Write A Paper - October 4, 2021

More classes are requiring paper writing on campus but so many students haven't written a paper in years. This webinar covers the very basics of writing a paper such as

  • Why is citation important? What is in-text citation vs. a reference list.
  • Where can I find information on formatting a paper?
  • Where can I find information for my paper?
  • How do I even start writing a paper?

This webinar is new and we won't have time to go in depth in each of these areas but we hope to help students focus on the process, learn where you can go to get more depth on writing topics and learn how to set up more individualized assistance with a librarian or writing lab professional.