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Libraries offering Library 101 workshops to help you work better, faster and smarter

Posted by Monte Maxwell.
September 3rd, 2015

Do you spend 20 minutes walking around the Library looking for an available study room? Can’t find enough sources to write a paper? Wish you could text a librarian when you get stuck on an assignment?

The West Virginia University Libraries can help. Library 101 is an hour-long workshop that covers a variety of library resources and services, from printing a poster for a project to reserving a study room, from finding the latest research on your topic to texting questions to a librarian.

The sessions are open to all students, faculty and staff. Whether you are new to the WVU community or someone who wants to learn more, you can expect to leave the class with some useful information that will help you work better, faster and smarter.

Workshops will be offered on all three campuses:

  • September 15, 5-6 p.m. Evansdale Library, Room G16;
  • September 16, 4:30-5:30 p.m. Downtown Campus Library, Room 2036;
  • September 17, 2-3 p.m. Health Sciences Library, Room LC2

No registration is necessary. Cookies will be served and questions answered. For more information, contact Penny Pugh at

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