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Research Workshops at SCAD Libraries: In-Person Workshops & Events

In-Person Workshops and Events

Workshops and special events are offered in-person in various SCAD Libraries locations:

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Workshops and Events at ACA Library Atlanta

May 13 // Paws in the Library: Therapy Dogs!

Wednesday, 1:30-2:30pm, ACA Library, near Trois Gallery

Feeling stressed?  Take a break and stop by ACA Library to play with certified therapy dogs!  Petting dogs can lower feelings of stress and anxiety, lower blood pressure, and improve your sense of confidence and well-being. Don’t miss this chance to chill out with these cute and calming pups! For more information, e-mail ameeks@scad.edu.

Workshops and Events at the Hong Kong Library

April-May // Citation Workshops

Having trouble citing your sources correctly and completely?  Come to one of our citation workshops. 

Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 9:30-10:30, Room 410

Chicago Style Workshops

Wednesday, April 8

Tuesday, April 14,

Wednesday, May 13

Tuesday, May 19

APA Style Workshops 

Wednesday, April 22

Tuesday, May 5,

Wednesday, May 20

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May 12 // Formatting & Presentation

Tuesday, 9:30-10:30, Room 410

Come to this workshop to learn all about how to format and present your research paper! 

May 16 // Artist Book Display

Saturday, 12:00-4:00, SCAD Hong Kong Library

Come see our beautiful artist books and special collections in the library.  You can also have a chance to meet local artist and the founder of Eggwich, Tiana Wong. 

 

 

Workshops and Events at Jen Library Savannah

Business Research Workshop

This workshop will cover the basics of business research, including an overview of key business resources available through the library website.  Learn where to find market research, industry reports, consumer information, and more.

Led by Patricia Gimenez

Tuesday, 4/7, 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
102 Gulfstream

The Source of Style: Using Visual Cues to Find Stylistic Inspiration

It's a common refrain among aspiring cartoonists and illustrators: "How did you develop your style?" As many pros will tell you, though, style isn't something that springs forth from the pen, fully formed. Stylistic influences come from any number of sources and media, and with a keen eye you can start to see those inspirations in other's work. Being familiar with many artists helps, but this workshop will introduce you to a few research strategies for discovering these sources, whatever your knowledge base.

Led by Stephanie Grimm

Friday, 5/1, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m.
118 Haymans Hall
 


F.Y.E. Passport Library Stamps:

Savannah freshmen, need to get your F.Y.E. library stamp? Choose ONE of these options:

  • Play Library Bingo! Think you know the library? Test your knowledge with a quick round of library bingo. Visit the library reference desk to pick up and return bingo sheets.
     
  • Ask a research question at the reference desk. Staff can help you: find info sources for assignments, locate info about your major or a favorite artist, or navigate our huge collection of online resources. Visit anytime the reference desk is open.