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Fit or Fraud? How to Screen for Questionable Articles Thursday, July 23, 2020 from 3 PM – 4 PM via Blackboard
Don’t base your research on somebody else’s fraud! The number of scholarly articles retracted for research misconduct has been increasing sharply, as has the number of ‘scholarly’ publishers...
Zotero Workshop Zotero is a citation manager that can save you a lot of time by collecting bibliographic information for your sources and inserting citations and references in your paper.
Workshop content is intended for beginners. There are four online workshops...
Intro to Online Library Resources Workshop Thursday, April 16, 2020 from 3–3:45 PM | Online
You can access most of the library’s online resources from anywhere, 24/7. Find out how to search through the library website to find ebooks, articles, journals, research guides and more scholarly...
IEEE eLearning Library Webinar for Illinois Tech Faculty IEEE eLearning Library Webinar | Thursday, April 2 at 2 PM
IIT has complimentary access to hundreds of hours of IEEE eLearning courses via the IEEE Xplore Digital Library through May. Please join us for a webinar to learn more about these courses...
Building Inaccessible, Services Continue Galvin Library space will not be available in order to maintain responsible continuation of services to students, faculty, and staff during the COVID-19 virus.
While we understand that this is a disruption, we feel that it will better enable us to...
Resources About the Coronavirus (COVID-19) LibGuide Available This popup guide has resources about the coronavirus and COVID-19. As the situation develops, this guide will be updated as well, so check back in often.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) LibGuide
Women in STEAM Wikipedia Edit-a-thon Women, especially in STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) fields, are notoriously underrepresented in Wikipedia, the most used information website. Wikipedia edit-a-thons are events where people come together to improve Wikipedia...
COVID-19 Resources While searching for information on COVID-19, it’s important to rely on information from authoritative sources such as the Center for Diseases Control and the Chicago Department of Public Health. Here are some resources to help you sort out facts...
Citing Sources: Why, When, Where, and How Citing sources properly can be confusing. This workshop will cover the whys, whens, wheres, and hows of citing your sources.
It will be held March 26 from 4:30 PM until 5:30 PM virtually. Please register to attend. This workshop is open Illinois...
Beyond Google: Understanding Research Databases Research databases are different from Google—they provide many more options for power searching. In this workshop you’ll learn how to get the most out of research databases, including controlled vocabularies, faceted searching, saving/reusing...

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