Written by Social Science and Social Work Research Support Librarian Sophie Leveque.
Social Science and Social Work Research Support Librarian Sophie Leveque uploaded several e-handouts to Academic Commons for use by the Columbia University community and beyond. The learning materials were originally created to accompany four popular virtual workshops hosted by the Libraries, Let’s Use CLIO, Database Demo, Reading Difficult Texts, and Literature Reviews: How To and Why, and are now published and accessible in Academic Commons.
Leveque was inspired to create the resources to support remote learning and enable users to learn new research methods, skills, and software in a virtual environment. The handouts are intended to supplement workshops and also serve as stand-alone reminders on the topics covered for experienced library users.
Access the e-handouts:
- Advanced Search Strategies
- CLIO Tips
- Guide to Write Literature Reviews
- Strategies for Reading New Texts
Additional librarian-created e-materials to guide students in research include a set of instructional videos and online resources, “From Books to Bytes: Navigating the Research Ecosystem,” which provides students with practical strategies for research. There are e-handouts that supplement the series as well, including:
- Annotated Bibliography – Description and Examples
- Bibliography – Cite and Organize Sources
- Citation Management with Zotero
- and more.
The expert staff of Columbia University Libraries continues to seek ways to support all learning styles and schedules. Connect with a librarian directly via email or video consultation for questions related to library resources, services, and research.