Interested in learning more about the newest research databases and search strategies in your subject area? Consider attending one of Duke University Library’s Beyond the Stacks: Library Resources and Services for Instructors sessions, where you’ll be introduced to new library services and resources (print and electronic) and discover ways that you may use them to enhance your teaching and research. Events are led by subject specialists and open to all faculty members, graduate teaching assistants and librarians.
For more info or to register for subject-specific sessions, visit http://library.duke.edu/services/instruction/beyondstacks.do.
Duke Libraries can also help you organize your research and citations with training sessions in EndNote, a desktop citation management application that will help you organize research notes and format manuscripts, or RefWorks, a web-based research management tool that allows you to access and organize your citations from any computer and share your research with others.
Register for an EndNote class at http://library.duke.edu/services/instruction/endnote.do;
check out the library’s RefWorks offerings at http://library.duke.edu/services/instruction/refworks.do.
And Duke’s librarians are always happy to develop course-specific instruction sessions on using the library’s general and special collections. Request a library workshop for your department or class at http://library.duke.edu/services/forms/instruction.html.