Library Workshops, Tutorials & Tours:
* Take a tour of the Library
* Learn how to use Nexis & other electronic databases
* Discover the diverse world of the Internet.
The Yale University Library Research Education program offers many opportunities
to learn about its rich and diverse resources, and research strategies for
using the collections at Yale.
Tutorials created for Library Workshops
to the World Wide Web
World Wide Web through Minerva/Pantheon
- Internet Search Engines
- Scholarly Communication on the Internet (Listservs and Newsgroups)
- Netscape In Detail
User Guides to Electronic Resources
to searching Orbis
to using Nexis
to using Eureka
- Orbis Guide to
- Nexis Guide to
- Eureka Guide to
Information about Library Sessions:
- Orbis and Nexis Tutorials (visit SML Reference Desk)
- Internet Workshops (visit SML Reference Desk)
Faculty and Instructors may arrange course-specfic research seminars
for graduate and undergraduate classes. If you would like to learn more
about the Library's Research Education program, please contact Suzanne Lorimer,
Coordinator of Research Education, by phone at 432-8371, or by email at
To arrange a course-specific research seminar electronically, please fill
out an Electronic Request Form (*requires
a web browser that supports forms, such as Netscape or Lynx).
To support the Research Education program, the Yale University
Library has built a computer lab to provide hands-on computer training for
many of the Research Education sessions. The Electronic Classroom is located
on the upper level of Cross Campus Library.
To reserve the Electronic Classroom, email Sarah.Prown@yale.edu
or call 432-8212.
Yale University Library Research Education.
Last updated 9/4/96.
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