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The Savvy Researcher workshop series is sponsored by the University Library to meet the information management and research needs of all students, faculty, and staff. With our campus partners, we teach over 60 sessions on a wide variety of topics including citation management, tools for collecting and analyzing qualitative data, copyright, and much more!

You will receive three emails from us – one after you register, another one hour before your session is scheduled to start, and one two days after your session that gives you an opportunity to provide feedback.

Registration closes two hours before each scheduled workshop.

Sessions are held in several locations: Main Library, Room 314 and 220; Grainger Engineering Library Information Center in the Commons on the 2nd floor and the IDEA Lab, Room K; Siebel Design Center, CITL Innovation Studio, and online via Zoom.

You may also request a workshop for courses, graduate student study groups, and departmental events, etc. Workshop requests are limited to sessions that will include at least five people. Review a list of currently available workshops including their descriptions.

For questions/comments/suggestions, please contact


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