Truth Can Be Stranger Than Fiction Workshop April 3

Want to do a deeper dive to research local issues identified in social media and traditional media? Join Patrick Griffis, business librarian, and Susie Skarl, urban affairs librarian, for the virtual workshop, "Truth Can Be Stranger Than Fiction: Finding The Context And Data Behind Local Issues," on Wednesday, April 3 at 3 p.m.

Our librarians will explain how to research academic and news sources along with data sources to gain a deeper perspective on local issues.

After attending this workshop, you will be able to research academic, news and data sources to gain information on local issues.

This virtual workshop is part of the Rebel+ Libraries Workshop Series. Register.

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