Events and Displays

Upcoming Events

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Library Lessons

Library Lessons

Library Lessons

Spring 2017

All workshops are available by appointment for individuals or groups.

Please email salvelibrarian@salve.edu to schedule.




New Library Catalog: Worldcat Discovery

     Learn about our new search tool that allows you to find and request books, articles, and other research materials.

APA Style:

     Overview of APA Style citation.

MLA Style

     Overview of MLA Style citation.

Introduction to Today’s Library Services

     Learn about access from home, finding books and articles, and requesting from other libraries.

How to Do Research:

     How do I decide on a topic? What are the steps in the research process? How do I decide which research tools to use?

Using a Bibliographic Citation Manager: Refworks:

     How to use RefWorks to create a bibliography and save references.  

Conducting a Literature Review

     What is a literature review? How do I make sure I don’t miss anything? How do I optimize library tools to keep up with new research as I’m writing?


For more information or to schedule a workshop or consultation:

401-341-2289 or salvelibrarian@salve.edu

Displays in the Library

Arab American Heritage Month
First Floor: West Wing
A selection of Arabic literature
Display created by Dawn Emsellem and  Kiki Butler

Fact or Fake!
An Interactive Display

First Floor: West Wing

Think you can spot the truth among the lies? Come view our display on how to spot fake news and then test yourself with our quick quiz!

McKillop Newbrief

March, 2017  Issue 37  Back Issues

What Does an Information Literate Salve Graduate Look Like?

One of McKillop Library’s primary roles is to help Salve students to become information literate. At the end of their four years, our goal is for graduates entering their professions to be able to identify crucial research questions in their day-to-day work, know how to ask them, master where to best seek answers, and understand how to evaluate the credibility and quality of the answers they find.

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