Held in the J.D. Williams Library, "Workshops at Williams" are free library workshops on a variety of library, research and multimedia technology topics. The Workshops are open to everyone. Certificates are available to students.
Bump that boring power point and get your creative juices flowing with fun online presentations.
(We’ll Show You How)
Learn how to use free apps and software to manage your time, organize your sources, and start writing that research paper.
Tackle your thesis, dissertation, or upcoming publication by learning how to conquer that pesky lit review section.
Food is central to our lives in every culture. Come learn about the library's resources that help you explore this delicious history. Snacking encouraged!
Celebrate National Library Week with a library tour and games. Food and fun for all!
Managing debits and credits? Student loans? Balancing a budget? Compound interest?! Come learn about free online resources that will help you make the most sense of those limited dollars.
Finally learn how to find old newspaper and journal articles on those really cool-looking machines in the Commons on the 1st floor of the library.
Celebrate the end of the semester with last minute project/paper advice from reference librarians and writing center tutors. We’ll provide the music and food; you bring some work!