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Apps, eBooks, & Primo: 3 in 1 Library Workshop
Audience: Faculty and Staff
This workshop will provide a quick overview and getting started with using: some of our favorite apps; our EBSCOhost and Safari eBook collections; and the Primo one-stop discovery tool for locating print and online resources.

Beyond the Textbook: Integrating Library Services into Blackboard
Audience: Faculty
Learn how to create direct links to library research guides, online databases, articles and books from your Blackboard course/s. Topics covered will include: Linking to library research guides and course guides; Off-campus access (proxy server information); Linking to articles (persistent links) from the following databases – EBSCOhost, Gale, JSTOR, and Ovid and Wiley; Linking to online books from the EBSCOhost and Safari databases; and copyright issues.

EasyBib
Audience: Faculty and Staff
Learn how to create citations and a bibliography for your research paper easily and quickly using EasyBib. This workshop will cover how to use EasyBib to: create citations in APA or MLA style using the autocite and manual entry forms, copy & paste citations from the library databases into EasyBib, create parenthetical citations, create annotations and export a bibliography into to MS Word or Google Docs.

eBooks 101
Audience: Faculty and Staff
Let’s get digital! Get hands-on with the library’s ever-increasing collection of eBooks including Safari, EBSCOhost, SciVerse, OverDrive Audio, and more!

Introduction to Library Services (Component of ORNT-100: New Employee Orientation)
Audience: Faculty & Staff
Brief introduction to the various resources and services available at Reynolds Libraries including library web site demonstration and distribution of handout.

Google Apps for Education
Audience: Faculty and Staff
Explore the many tools available through your VCCS Google apps account: create, collaborate, share, and store documents, spreadsheets, and slides in the cloud via Google Drive; meet and collaborate with two or more people via Google Hangouts video chat service; create and share web pages via Google Sites; participate in online discussions via Google Groups; and share content and network with others via Google+.

How to Make Google Scholar Work for You
Audience: Faculty and Staff
Using Google Scholar often provides a mixed-bag of results; learn how to use Google Scholar combined with Library tools to find the articles you want. See how the results differ from using library databases, and discuss the pros and cons of using one over the other.

Library in your Pocket: Go Mobile @ Reynolds Library
Audience: Faculty and Staff
Bought a cool new tablet but not sure how to use it for research? Bring your tablet or eReader in for a tour of the digital resources of JSRCC Library. No device yet? We have a few to available for test drive on the information highway—no license required!

Nursing & Health Databases: Getting Started
Audience: Faculty and Staff
An introduction to finding articles and other literature related to the field of nursing and allied health professions using our nursing and health databases.

OERs the Smart Way
Audience: Faculty
During this hands-on session, Reynolds Librarians will provide guidance in helping faculty get started with finding and using open educational resources. Faculty will learn how to: locate OER repositories and subject-specific OER material, identify various Creative Commons licenses, properly attribute Creative Commons licenses to the OERs they plan to use for their courses, and collaborate with their Reynolds Library Liaison on OER projects.

Popular Databases: Getting Started
Audience: Faculty and Staff
An introduction to finding articles and other literature on various topics using our most popular databases.

Research the Smart Way
Audience: Faculty and Staff
An introduction to the services and resources available at Reynolds Library. Topic covered include sources for topic ideas and overviews, strategies for searching the library databases, how to access the library databases from off-campus, and the differences between the open Web and the library databases.