LATTE (course materials)
Library Catalog (books & more)
(databases and articles)
eJournals A-Z (online journals)
Research Guides (subject guides)
Account Tools (passwords & more)
Get Help! (technology and library)
Instruction, Training, & Workshops
Calendar of Workshops & Training Events
LTS offers hands-on workshops and training sessions on LATTE, Google Apps, EndNote, discipline/subject-specific resources, and more.
Class sizes are limited, and registrants are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. LTS reserves the right to cancel a class with less than five participants. In some cases, we have wait lists for workshops, so please register only if you are committed to attending.
There are no workshops scheduled at this time.
LTS offers individual and group instructional services that address crucial information skills for student success in research, scholarly practice, and future professional work. Our instructional support is designed to provide better student-centered learning using course or departmental learning goals. We offer workshops, learning labs, online tutorials, and other activities for skills such as:
- Understanding knowledge creation and dissemination in a discipline
- Evaluating and managing information of all types
- Using communication and collaboration tools and new media effectively
- Presenting ideas or numeric information graphically
- Using technology to enhance presentations
- Using project management practices to strengthen group collaborations
For those interested in additional training, Brandeis has partnerships with some local organizations that give discounts to members of the Brandeis community. Contact these groups directly to enroll, and be sure to identify yourself as being from Brandeis.
- PollEverywhere - create online polls to use with your students. Students can respond via text message, twitter, or online.
- Qualtrics@Brandeis - a robust online survey tool, is now available at Brandeis for your research or information-gathering needs
- Digital Literacies - a matrix describing the information abilities in “learning goals” language, with examples of learning outcomes suitable for courses or assignments
- Academic Integrity - resources for faculty and students