1. DeStress Fest

    Chair massages, therapy dogs, snacks, games, & more to help you DeStress!
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Teaching & Learning
  2. Scholarly Write-In

    Commit time to your writing project! Friday mornings from 9am-noon; drop-in as your schedule permits.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons
  3. Data Curation and Copyright Law

    This workshop will provide an overview of data creation and management, and an introduction to basic provisions of copyright law.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons
  4. Supercharge Your Dissertation

    Join us for a one-day workshop where graduate students, libraries faculty, and campus experts share their insights on how to make the most of your dissertation writing.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons
  5. Annual Heirloom Seed Sale

    The annual seed sale offers over 60 varieties of heirloom flowers, herbs, and vegetables and 50 varieties of Seed Saver Exchange seeds.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Wylie House Museum
  6. Maker Mondays: Stop Motion Animation

    In this workshop you’ll create an animated film, one frame at a time.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons
  7. Maker Mondays: LED Bow Tie

    Learn the basics of e-textiles by making a light up bow tie.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons
  8. Introduction to Library Research

    Stop by for a librarian's tour of the best research strategies, including how to use the catalog IUCAT, online databases, and finding sources for your research.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons
  9. Conducting a Literature Review

    Learn how to prepare, organize, and finish your next literature review. This might sound daunting, but with a few tips and tricks you can do it! Laptop recommended but not required.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons
  10. Introduction to Citation Management With Zotero

    Zotero is a citation management software that's sure to make your life easier. Download citations and PDFs, annotate, and generate bibliographies while you write.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons
  11. Introduction to Citation Management With EndNote

    EndNote is a powerful citation management tool that's great for working with large amounts of data. Stop by to learn the basics of EndNote.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons
  12. Cultural Aspects of Fake News

    This workshop will focus on how news is curated and produced. We will discuss the cultural aspect of Fake News and also focus on how researchers can find the good stuff.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons
  13. Ancestry.com at IU: Unlocking Your History

    This workshop will introduce users to Ancestry.com, as provided to the IU Community through the Wells Library. Ancestry.com is one of the largest online search tools dedicated to genealogical research. Learn how to use Ancestry.com to its full potential at this fun and exciting workshop.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons
  14. Desktop Cartography With ArcGIS

    Learn how to use ArcMap to edit data, mark place names, and get your map ready to print.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons
    • and Government Information, Maps and Microform Services
  15. Do More With Google Maps

    Take your data from spreadsheet to map in this gentle introduction to web mapping. We'll learn some "hidden" features of Google Maps and you'll create a custom map that you can embed in any website.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons
    • and Government Information, Maps and Microform Services
  16. OpenStreetMap- Humanitarian Mapping

    Learn how to edit OpenStreetMap and work together to improve the map of Bloomington.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons
    • and Government Information, Maps and Microform Services
  17. Monday Motivators: Living Social

    Come join us as we explore different ways to more comfortably engage in social situations and confront social anxiety.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons
  18. Monday Motivators: Self-Esteem

    This workshop will help you better understand the origins of low self-esteem, and will teach you specific strategies to change how to think and feel about yourself.
    Type: Event

    Location:

    • Scholars' Commons