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Tutorials & Workshops   Tags: research, training, tutorials, workshops  

Guide to database tutorials, workshops, and training sessions - live and recorded.
Last Updated: Jun 3, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Off-Campus Access

Most of our indexes, ejournals, and full-text articles can be accessed off-campus using your ISU Borrower ID and password.  See Set your Library password for more information. 

Distance Learning students: Can't find your ISUCard number? Login to AccessPlus.  Choose ISU IDs in the left sidebar to find your ISUCard number.  Your Borrower ID is the last 11 digits of your ISUCard number. (Problems? Contact  See also our DL Guide



This guide is intended to help researchers locate tutorials or workshops on a specific database or interface - basic and advanced.  Links are provided to each database as well as links to training sessions, tutorials and/or live workshop opportunities.

If you need additional assistance - please contact us!  Use our Ask Us! service or click on the link to Subject Librarians to find contact information for a librarian.


Videos from Past Library Seminars

The Library at Iowa State University offers a variety of seminars and workshops for the ISU community each fall and spring semester.  Topics include:  Copyright & Fair Use, Open Source Software: Its Impact on Higher Education, What WorldCat Can Do For You, Niche Social Network Sites, Zotero, Endnote, Endnote Web, Cited Reference Searching, Getting Your Grant, Social Networking & Facebook.  Video episodes from Spring 2008 & 2009 are viewable at:



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