Welcome! The Emory Libraries offer a series of skill-building workshops for students. These workshops are designed to help you develop transferable research skills, digital literacy, and information literacy skills and to empower you to succeed during your time here at Emory and in your future endeavors. Our workshops are offered each semester and many have both synchronous and asynchronous options.
Use this guide to explore our workshop offerings, find associated resources and materials and opportunities to learn more.
While each of our workshops has unique outcomes and areas of focus, our workshop offerings also share some common goals.
After attending a library workshop, you will be able to
Our workshops focus on the following skill areas
Learn how to conduct and manage research projects. You'll learn ways to find, critically analyze, use, and synthesize information for different research projects.
Media Literacy Skills
Become a savvier consumer and producer of different kinds of digital media. You will learn how to use and critically evaluate different digital tools and different types of digital media.
Digital Literacy Skills
Become an informed and confident user of different digital tools and technologies. Learn how to find, create, and share digital content and to understand and use a wide variety of digital tools in communicative and collaborative ways.
Learn different strategies to improve your communication skills, including ways to communicate with different audiences using different tools.
Data Literacy Skills
Learn how to critically evaluate and use data in your research.
The Emory Libraries Instruction Program focuses on the following goals and outcomes to help empower students to discover, explore, and share their ideas.
Discover and Explore
Inquire and Investigate
Experience and Grow