Ongoing Workshops from Columbia University Libraries

Columbia University Libraries offers regularly-occurring workshops on key resources throughout the semester. These sessions are typically held via Zoom and are open to anyone at Columbia. They are held weekly at various days and times to make them easy to fit into your schedule, and are all one hour or less.

Popular workshops include:

  • Getting Your Bearings: An introduction to library essentials, including services and collections
  • Let’s Use CLIO: A hands-on workshop on using the catalog to find books and other library materials
  • Database Demo: A demonstration-based session on how to search various databases effectively (ProQuest, JSTOR, etc.)
  • Citation Management with Zotero: A primer on the free, easy-to-use citation management software Zotero

View all Libraries’ workshops and register on the Workshops page. New sessions are added throughout the semester, so continue to check back for additional dates and times.

“Let’s Use CLIO,” a hands-on workshop on using the Libraries’ catalog to find books and other library materials, is one of a series of regularly-occurring workshops offered throughout the semester.