Workshops

This 18-minute recording provides an overview of journal-level bibliometrics such as Journal Impact Factor, CiteScore, Eigenfactor Score, and others. Find out how they are calculated and where they can be found!

Altmetrics are the descriptive data that can be used in addition to bibliometrics (e.g., CiteScore, Journal Impact Factor) that describe a work's impact. This 15-minute workshop gives 3 commonly used altmetrics, and how others can be found.

It’s not just for science! The Web of Science includes the Science, Social Science, and Arts and Humanities Citation Indexes.

This workshop explores what a Primary Source is and why Primary Sources are important to your research. Recommended for any students, faculty, and staff who want to learn more about primary sources including those contained in the rich collections of FAU Libraries.

Get to know the sources of information that your business professors want you to use in your assignments! This workshop provides a general overview of library databases used to find company, business, and industry information. Recommended for any College of Business major or minor.

Librarian Lauri Rebar will demonstrate how to cite commonly used sources such as books, journals, and web pages, and also explains in-text citations and ways to include them in a paper.

Librarian Lauri Rebar introduces the purpose of APA style and its use in college and research settings. Bias in language, active voice, and writing conventions are covered. Information sources and links to APA templates and materials are shown and can be used to help with formatting a paper.

Introduction to formatting a paper, creating in-text citations, and documenting sources using MLA citation style. It also provides the purposes of using MLA.

A 30-minute introduction to CINAHL, PubMed, and other health science information sources such as government and organizational sites.  Recommended for nursing, interdisciplinary health science, health administration, and related majors.

Fifty-minute workshop webinar:  introduction to information sources such as journals, books, and other information sources used in Psychology and related fields.