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Library Workshops

In addition to this content, are happy to meet with you by appointment on zoom. Our most popular workshops have been recorded and are below.  Instructors: we'd be happy to come to your zoom class or record a special topic for your Moodle space.

Questions? Contact the librarians on chat or email library@gtu.edu. Moodle questions and appointments: moodle@gtu.edu

Library Workshops

Library workshops will look a little different this year, some sessions were recorded to accomidate your time zone and schedule, and some workshops have been turned into guides that you can use at your own pace. We can also meet with you live on zoom. 

At this time we will not be offering any in-person, drop-in workshops. However, if you have a topic you are interested in, let us know and we can offer it live in zoom or as a recorded session.

 

Using the Library

This is an orientation video for new students, but if it's been a while since you have used the library from home, this video is for you too! Don't worry if you can't find your student ID card to login, the number is also listed in your student information system (where you register for classes) or you can ask your registrar. That number and your last name are all you need to access all the library offers from home.

Orientation Spring 2021 (24 min. video) (New Orientation Video for Fall 2021 coming in Late July)

Other quick helpful videos-

Using Curbside Pickup in Berkeley or San Anselmo (6 min. video)

Requesting Scans of print materials (14 min. video)

 

Highlights of the New Databases

We have subscribed to a number of new databases including: ProQuest Dissertation & Theses Global Database, Project Muse Premier Collection, Sage Premier All Access eJournals, Oxford Reference Collections, Oxford Bibliography of Biblical Studies, LGBTQ+ Source, Digitalia Hispanica, ArtStor, and more. We have added these resources into our collections, and they are available via Summon or on the e-resources page.

New Electronic Resources! (10 minutes)

 

Zotero

We've divided Zotero into a series of videos, plus we will have live zoom drop-in sessions to answer your Zotero questions, or just chat or email us with questions.

Zotero Basics: how to install and use Zotero (47 min. video)

Adding Feeds in Zotero: stay current when new resources are published (21 min. video)

Annotate PDFs using Zotfile: a plug-in that allows you to highlight and annotate files in your zotero library (guide)

 

Biblical Exegesis

Biblical Exegesis (guide)- Start here!

Mini Biblical Exegesis tutorial (15 minutes) - Getting started with Biblical Exegesis

 

 

Grammarly

The GTU has a subscription to Grammarly; login information for this grammar checker will show on the frontpage Moodle after you login.

Grammarly Workshop (16 mins)

Grammarly can check your emails, documents, essays, and more. Take the guesswork out of writing great emails, documents, and posts. Easily improve any text. Eliminate grammar errors.