The Libraries offer a number of workshops on a variety of different research topics. Current workshops are listed on the calendar below. For more detailed information about our workshops, scroll to the bottom of this page.

Some workshops are more suited to specific disciplines. Use the drop-down menu "Category" to filter the workshops according to your discipline, major or interest.

Hover over the workshop title to see more details, including a description and remaining seats. Click the workshop title to register.

Workshop Descriptions

Honors Workshops
Honors students taking 3100 and 3101 need to attend - for credit - several of the workshops offered by the Baylor Libraries. [Learn more and register for these workshops]

Intellectual Property, Copyright, and Open Access
Do you know your rights as an author? Does open access publishing improve the visibility of your research? How do you copyright your honors thesis? Learn the answers to these questions and discuss the pros and cons of author's rights as you prepare to write your honors thesis. Designed for Honors College students in HON 3101 and open to others.

Writing the Literature Review Workshop
Honors Students in HON 3101 will learn to better understand the purpose and format of a literature review (review of the literature), a feature commonly included in the first chapter of a thesis.

Science Research Workshops
We offer a number of different Science Research Workshops for researchers at different stages - from those who are just starting out to those who are applying for grants.

-->Zotero Workshops
Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use browser extension to help you collect, manage, and cite your research sources. It lives right where you do your work - in the web browser. [Learn more and register for these workshops]

Digital Scholarship Workshops
Digital Scholarship workshops offer an introduction to some of the methods and tools of Digital Scholarship. [Learn more and register for these workshops]

Graduate Workshops
We offer many workshops for graduate students, many of which are in coordination with the Graduate Research Center. [Learn more and register for these workshops]