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A list of free workshops provided by the Stony Brook University Libraries. Our workshops are offered free-of-charge, and are available face-to-face and online. Topics covered include: basic and advanced research skills, citation, plagiarism, EndNote, etc.
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Library Workshops - Fall 2014

  • The libraries' free workshops are available throughout the semester and open to students, faculty and staff improve their research skills.
  • See workshops by date, go directly to the list of Citation workshops, or access a PDF of the Fall workshops flyer. 

  • If you cannot attend a workshop for which you have registered, please contact us at 632-7110, or email to cancel.
  • Openings are filled on a first come, first served basis.

  • Workshops may be cancelled if there are less than 5 participants registered. Registrants will be notified by email if a workshop is cancelled.

  • More workshops for faculty are available from the Faculty Center.

Course Specific Library Instruction Sessions

If you are interested in having a library session to meet course-specific instructional needs, please fill out our online request form. Library instruction sessions cover topics such as:

  • Discipline specific databases (LION, Mintel, PsycInfo, Reaxys, SciFinder, etc.) 
  • What is/how to find peer-reviewed material
  • Evaluating Internet resources
  • Plagiarism/citation
  • Primary sources
  • Microforms
  • Zotero


  • Unless otherwise noted, all workshops take place in classroom A in the Central Reading Room on the 1st floor of the Melville Library on the West Campus.

  • Some workshops are also offered onlineor at the Health Sciences Center. Please be sure to check the location.



  • Unless otherwise noted all workshops last about one hour.

  • The duration of EndNote workshops are usually one and a half hours.

Reference Librarian

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Reference Librarian
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Central Reading Room
Frank Melville Jr., Memorial Library C-1600
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Elizabeth Trapasso
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Melville Library
Stony Brook University
Room C2633
Phone: 631-632-9013
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Sally Stieglitz
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C2621, Melville Library
On campus: 2-1552
Off campus: (631) 632-1552
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