Each semester the University Libraries offers workshops designed to strengthen the skills of students, faculty and staff in the use of online tools for research, presentation and teaching. Faculty and instructors are welcome to encourage student attendance at library workshops and even offer extra credit for students that attend a workshop (certificates of attendance are available to students upon request). Workshops are free and open to students, faculty, and the general public.
All workshops are held in Ablah Library, room 217.
Being Digitally Literate -- What Does It Mean?: This workshop will introduce you to the range of abilities necessary to use, understand, and create with digital technologies.
Google Apps and Office 365 Tips: Learn how to effectively use Google Apps and Office 365 for assignments, group work, and in your personal life. Sign up for a free Google account at before the workshop. Students, faculty, and staff have access to Office 365 through myWSU.
Prezi for Beginners: Create Your First Presentation:
Finding Freely Available Media: Learn how to search for images, music, and videos that are free from copyright and legal restrictions so you can share, modify, or repurpose them for any creative project.
Is a Picture Worth 1000 Words?: An Introduction to Visual Literacy: Come to this workshop to learn about skills that will help you become a better consumer and creator of images and visual media.
Infographics and Data Visualization: Bring your research to life with powerful visual representations of your ideas. Learn principles of design and discover free software programs to communicate ideas visually and present complex data more effectively.
Survey of Web Design Tools: Interested in learning how to create a web site or fix up an old one, but don't know where to start? If you know little to nothing about web design, HTML code, and styling, then come check out this workshop! No prior knowledge is required.
Introduction to Excel: This introduction to Excel 2010 will explore basic and intermediate features of this spreadsheet application.
For questions, please contact Kathy Delker at email@example.com.