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Current Workshops, Webinars, and Consultations


Data Management Consulting Group - Data Management Workshops

StatLab - Statistics Workshops Schedule 

GIS (Geographic Information Systems) in the Scholar's Lab  - GIS Training

               Digital Media Lab - Short Courses

Curry Librarians' Workshops.

   Curry Welcome Back Sessions

TOPIC: How to Get “Stuff” from the Library
WHEN:  12:00 pm to 1:00 pm – Monday, August 31
WHERE:   Ruffner Hall, room 302 (The Library Data Commons@Curry space)
DESCRIPTION: You need a book, you want to find a journal, how do you go about obtaining these materials from the University of Virginia Library system and what do you do when the Library doesn’t own or have access to the “stuff” you need?  This session will provide a brief overview of the online catalog, VIRGO, the Journal Finder, and the Find @UVa button.  You will also set up an Interlibrary Services account so you can obtain materials the Library does not own, but you need for your research. Please bring your laptop.

TOPIC: Be an Excellent Researcher and Find the Best Journal Articles
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm  – Tuesday, September 1
Ruffner Hall, room 302 (The Library Data Commons@Curry space)
Learn how to use databases, Google Scholar, and more to locate full text journal articles from the top journals in your field of study. We will demonstrate how to locate peer reviewed journals as well as how to narrow the results by specific methodologies, age groups, and publication type. Please bring your laptop.

TOPIC:  Two Roads You Need to Know: Using APA Style and Avoiding Plagiarism
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm – Wednesday, September 2
Ruffner Hall, room 302 (The Library Data Commons@Curry space)
This session will cover the different types of  plagiarism and the American Association of Psychology (APA) method of  writing and citing sources.  Whether you are new to APA or need a refresher, join us to learn how to format APA references and in text citations, use APA style when formatting and writing your research paper, and write with clarity and conciseness and avoid plagiarism.  If you have an APA manual, 6th edition, please bring it and your laptop with you

TOPIC:  Keeping Your Research Organized with RefWorks
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm – Thursday, September 3
Ruffner Hall, room 302 (The Library Data Commons@Curry space)
Learn to set up and use RefWorks software to organize your research and automatically create citations and bibliographies in APA, AMA, or other bibliographic styles.   Please bring your laptop.

TOPIC: Research Data Questions?  Hoo You Gonna Call?  RDS
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm – Friday, September 4
Ruffner Hall, room 302 (The Library Data Commons@Curry space)
If you are doing research now, or will be soon, you may want help with the data! The Library’s Research Data Services (RDS) team can help you with locating data sets, versioning your data,  creating data management plans, data analysis and  statistics, geospatial analysis and visualization, and accessing  and installing University site-licensed software, including SPSS and SAS.  This session will provide an overview of their services and identify how to contact the team and get their newsletter.   




RefWorks User Education Services has a series of RefWorks training webinars scheduled each month that are available to all current RefWorks subscribers. Registration is complimentary, but each session is limited to 50 people per class and registration is required. 

Use the link below for session titles, dates, times, and registration.

RefWorks YouTube Tutorials                RefWorks Training Webinars

EBSCO provides many short YouTube tutorials that you can view at your convenience. If you are new to using the EBSCO interface you may want to view the Introduction to EBSCOhost Tutorial and the EBSCOhost Advanced Search - Guided Style Find Fields Tutorial first.

APA PsycNET, APA's platform for searching its various databases, also provides a large number of YouTube tutorials. For new users we recommend viewing  APA Databases on APA PsycNET, which consists of a group of 47 short videos demonstrating  various search strategies using the PsycNET interface.  You can view them all or just the ones that cover the information you need.  If you are an old hand at using PsycNET, you may want to view the tutorial on the Library's most recent addition to its group of APA databases, PsycTESTS.


Library Consultation Service

 Contact a consultant to arrange a one-on-one consultation or a small group session for your information needs. We enjoy the opportunity to work with you on your unique research questions.

Education Research Consultants (Curry's Librarians)

Carole C. Lohman and Kay Buchanan. To schedule a consultation, contact or 434.924.7040

Statistical Consultants

Michele Claibourn, Clay Ford.  To schedule a consultation, contact

Data Management Consultant

Bill Corey. To schedule a consultation, contact   

GIS Consultant

Chris Gist. To schedule a consultation, contact  or call  434.982.2637.    

Data Consultant

 Yun Tai, data fellow. To schedule a consultation, contact

Research Software Consultant

Nancy Kechner. To schedule a consultation, contact



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