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PRST 3995: Interdisciplinary Research and Project Solving: Library Seminars

Library Seminars for PRST 3995

James E. Walker Library offers online seminars to help you learn how to use library resources to complete the  

  • Module 2 Individual Assignment (Research Problem Exploration),  

  • Module 4 Individual Assignment (Peer-Reviewed Article Evaluations), and the

  • Module 5 Individual Assignment (Non-Peer-Reviewed Source Evaluations).  

Please consult individual assignment instructions for exact requirements. 

Attending a seminar or watching a video of a past seminar also counts as a qualifying activity for the Module 3 Individual Assignment (Outside Activity and Reflection). A PRST 3995 faculty member (not necessarily your instructor) will be in the seminar to answer questions. If a seminar is offered more than once, the content is the same on all days. Please ask your PRST 3995 instructor for the Zoom link.

If you are unable to attend a live seminar, you may watch video recording of a past seminar in order to complete the Module 3 assignment (see links below). 

Spring 2024 Seminars - All Times are Central Standard Time

Finding Articles and Sources (Peer-Reviewed and Non-Peer-Reviewed) (Useful for Module 4 and 5 Assignments) 

  • Monday, February 5, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
  • Tuesday, February 27, 11:20 am to 12:45 pm

Video Recordings: Library Seminars on Topic Exploration

Content of these two seminars is similar--no need to watch both. Recorded Fall 2020.

Video Recording: Library Seminar on Finding Articles