Helpful Webinars for Faculty and Students

This fall, in addition to webinars for students new to Webster or new to research, the library will offer some more advanced content for those who are starting more in-depth research papers or projects. For those just starting research, an overview webinar introduces our resources and services while other webinars cover citing sources and how to give a great presentation. For more experienced researchers, webinars include how to select a topic appropriate for a more in-depth research project and how to write a literature review.

The list of live and recorded webinars is available on the Webinars and Online Training research guide. On the Upcoming Webinars tab, you may register to attend a live webinar or to be notified when the recording is available. Can’t wait for the webinar? We have over a dozen webinars already recorded and ready for you to watch. Check the Recorded Webinars tab to view the recordings anytime you need a little extra help.

Here’s the list of upcoming webinars for fall 2016. Register today for a webinar. Even if you cannot make it, a recording of the webinar will be sent to those who registered a few days after the event.

  • Overview of Library Resources – Fall 1 8/25/2016 6 pm 1 hour
  • Selecting a Topic and Beginning Your Research 9/1/2016 6pm 1 hour
  • Your Scholarly Literature Review 9/8/2016 6pm 1 hour
  • Using Google Scholar for Research 9/15/2016 12pm 30 minutes
  • Understanding Academic Integrity 9/16/2016 12pm 1 hour
  • Overview of Library Resources – Fall 2 10/26/2016 6pm 1 hour
  • Finding Tests, Surveys, and Other Measures 11/2/2016 5pm 1 hours
  • APA Style Demystified 11/9/2016 6pm 1 hour
  • Simple Steps to a Great Presentation 11/10/2016 12pm 30 minutes
  • Researching and Connecting to Prospective Employers 11/15/2016 12 pm 1 hour
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