Monitor on Psychology
Monitor on Psychology
This page is your guide to finding helpful research resources in the Argosy University, Chicago Library and online.
Click on the above tabs to view information about finding different types of resources, research assistance, writing resources, and more.
On Campus Instruction Workshops
Please register @ https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/chicagolibrary
On campus workshops are held in Rm. 1319
"Research Essentials" Series:
In addition to learning how to find specific types of information relevant to your area of study, we'll look at the most effective search techniques to generate more relevant results quickly. The 30-40 minute sessions will also include information about helpful library services.
Business/ Organizational Leadership
Monday, October 20 ............... 5:00 pm - 5:45 pm
Friday, October 10 .....................5:00 pm- 5:45 pm
Friday, November 7 ...................5:00pm - 5:45 pm
Saturday, November 15 ..........12:00 pm - 12:45 pm
Citation Management: Save Time & Get Organized with RefWorks 2.0 + More!
Learn about RefWorks and other citation management options. Create personal databases, generate bibliographies, and export citations from library databases, as well as how to use RefWorks' 'Cite While You Write' feature.
Wednesday, October 29 ..........5:00pm -5:45 pm
If you have questions about these workshops, or if you there is a topic you'd like to see covered, please let us know. Email Fay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register by clicking on the link of the webinar your want to attend: http://argosy.libcal.com. Once registered, a link will be sent to your email.
Webinars in ORANGE are designed for graduate students.
Monday 9/29 @ 6:00 pm Writing Tips: Intro to APA and Avoiding Plagiarism
Wednesday 10/1 @ 6:00 pm Research & the Literature Review Process
Monday 10/6 @ 6:00 pm Organizing Literature : My Research and Refworks
Wednesday 10/8 @ 6:00 pm Writing Tips: Intro to APA and Avoiding Plagiarism
Thursday 10/9 @ 6:00 pm IRB for Dissertation Students
Monday 10/13 @ 6:00 pm Microsoft OneDrive (formerly known as Skydrive)
Wednesday 10/15 @ 6:00 pm Library Resources for Undergraduate Students
Thursday 10/16 @ 6:00 pm SPSS Basics and Review
Monday 10/20 @ 6:00 pm Organizing Literature: My Research and Refworks
Tuesday 10/21 @ 6:00 pm Critical Thinking and Research
Monday 10/27 @ 6:00 pm Tour of the Online Library
Tuesday 10/28 @ 6:00 pm Critical Thinking and Research
Wednesday 10/29 @ 6:00 pm VitalSource: Introduction to Digital Textbooks
Thursday 10/30 @ 6:00 pm IRB for Dissertation Students
Monday 11/3 @ 6:00 pm Proposal/Dissertation Defense Preparation
Tuesday 11/4 @ 6:00 pm Comprehensive Examination Preparation
Wednesday 11/5 @ 6:00 pm Writing Tips: Intro to APA and Avoiding Plagiarism
Thursday 11/6 @ 6:00 pm SPSS Basics and Review
Monday 11/10 @ 6:00 pm Organizing Literature: My Research and Refworks
Wednesday 11/12 @ 6:00 pm Tour of the Online Library
Thursday 11/13 @ 6:00 pm Library Resources and Search Strategies for All Students
Monday 11/17 @ 6:00 pm Organizing Literature: My Research and Refworks
Thursda 11/20 @ 6:00 pm Research & the Literature Review Process
Monday 11/24 @ 6:00 pm Writing Tips: Intro to APA and Avoiding Plagiarism
Monday 12/1 @ 6:00 pm Research & the Literature Review Process
Tuesday 12/2 @ 6:00 pm SPSS Basics and Review
Wednesday 12/3 @ 6:00 pm Library Resources for Undergraduate Students
Thursday 12/4 @ 6:00 pm IRB for Dissertation Students
Monday 12/8 @ 6:00 pm Critical Thinking and Research
Tuesday 12/9 @ 6:00 pm Microsoft OneDrive (formerly known as Skydrive)
About webinars: You can use your computer, laptop, iPad or smart phone, and the microphones in these devices to attend the Webinar. You also have the option to dial in using a toll free number provided after you register.
Your librarian is here to help!
The librarian can help identify and locate needed information resources for papers, projects CRP's, provide assistance with searching databases, as well as help retrieving and evaluating information. Your librarian is also available for in-depth research consultations.
For help, contact Fay Kallista