Library Workshops

Librarians at Lunchtime Workshop Series: Promise and Pitfalls Join us every other Thursday at 12 p.m. in Room 501.

The Librarians at  Lunchtime Workshop Series is a free program of workshops available to all Jefferson College students, faculty, and staff. Each series explores a range of subjects that contributes to academic success at Jefferson College. The Workshops are held every other Thursday from 12 - 1 p.m. in CRCH Room 501 with FREE lunch provided for the first 10 students at each workshop!

For more information about Librarians at Lunchtime Workshops, please contact Jamie Price (, (540) 224-4894) or Courtney Miller (, (540) 985-8511).

Promise and Pitfalls Lineup:

9/10 Searching Safari!
Find what you need using some of Google's advanced Features

9/24 Fool's Gold, or 24k?
Learn how to evaluate web sites to find what is golden... and what is not.

10/8 The Wilds of Wikipedia
Using Wikipedia without winding up in the weeds, lost forever!

10/22 "X" Marks the Spot!
Learn about open source freebies and other internet goodies.

11/5 Traps, Tricks, and Treachery
Protect yourself with these strategies and tips for internet safety

11/19 Lost and Found
Bring Questions about the series and we'll have answers!

Faculty Information

Please consider encouraging your students to attend workshops, particularly those related to skills students could use in order to be successful in your classes. Attendance is taken at all workshops, and students are given attendance passes to verify that they were present. Please let us know if you have questions about this semester's topics or ideas for future workshops!