Events and Displays
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MLK Week Community Read with the IRC In-Person
- Thursday, January 26, 2023
- 4:00pm - 5:00pm
- Registration Type:
- In-Person Registration
- Register! - 40 seats left
Library Lesson Workshops
All Library Lessons are available by appointment and last approximately 45 minutes. View our a la carte menu of lessons, below. Please email email@example.com to schedule.
Overview of your assigned Citation Style: APA, MLA, Turabian
An Introduction to Today’s Library Services: An overview of McKillop Library Services. Learn about access from home, finding books and articles, and requesting material 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 Bibliographic Citation Managers (Refworks): What’s a bibliographic citation manager? How can it help me organize books and articles? How can I use it to create a works cited bibliography?
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?
Finding Books and Beyond: Learn strategies to quickly and efficiently find books and eBooks on your topic. Learn how to find books at McKillop Library or request them from other libraries.
Finding Scholarly Articles using Research Databases: Identify the best databases for scholarly articles your topic. Use subject terminology, Boolean logic and database thesauri to effectively drill your search down to high-quality articles.
Subject-Specific Research: Learn the research tools, resources, and search strategies that are appropriate to your field.
Google Like a Ninja: Use advanced search tools to create effective Google searches. A librarian can show you how to optimize your searches in Google Search, Google Scholar, Google Books, or Google News.
For more information or to schedule a workshop or consultation: email firstname.lastname@example.org
Displays in the Library
Meet Someone New: Read a Memoir
Find a memoir to take you through the rest of the semester. Each carefully selected title comes with its own review to help you find your next read.
Display by: Dawn Emsellem-Wichowski, Director of Library Services
From the University Archives
Celebrating 75 Years: What Salve Wore
From Salve Regina’s founding, its students have presented themselves as part of its community by what they wore. Tradition governed many of these garments in the early days, but even as the college evolved into a university, students have found ways to display their school pride. This display shows some of the garments that have helped create the Salve Regina identity over the past 75 years.
Display curator: Genna Duplisea, Archivist and Special Collections Librarian
The Victorian era spawned "sensation fiction" and built on the Gothic genre established in the late 18th-century. Many classic monsters and horror stories originated in this period, and it has continued to inspire writers exploring fear through ghosts, science, and the body.
Display by: Genna Duplisea, Archivist and Special Collections Librarian
2nd floor, Curriculum Resource Center
Hispanic Heritage Month
Explore dual-language books from the Curriculum Resource collection celebrating Hispanic heritage.
Display by: Regina Connolly, Education & Instruction Librarian